Tells the stories of the communities lost off the coast of Norfolk and Suffolk over the centuries, from the medieval towns such as Dunwich through to the modern places assailed by coastal erosion
Stephen Wade is a biographer and social historian, usually known for his writing on crime history. Now he turns his historian's eye on the often heroic tale of man's struggle with the sea. This book follows on from his comparable account of the towns lost to the sea in East Yorkshire & Holderness, and is written with a background of his experience of East Anglia simply as a traveller, as he has known that coast. Stephen's other recent books include _Going to Extremes, The Justice Women_ and three volumes in the _Your Town in the Great War_ series (all Pen & Sword), and _No More Soldiering_ (Amberley).