Articles about my novels have recently appeared in Writing Magazine and Viewpoint magazine. See above.
And here is the latest five star review on Amazon for PRESTWICK:
Well then Mr Hough! I read every aviation related book that I can get my hands on and this one I can safely say had me totally hooked. Excellent piece of work and the degree of technical accuracy could come only from a professional. Brilliant and as enjoyable as Fate is the Hunter and that, my friend, is praise indeed! Allen Murray (Former fast jet and 757 driver ... author of Skytrucker)
The Long Road to Sunrise is now reissued as The Legacy of Shame.
Have you shed a tear over the book/film about Philomena Lee? It wasn’t only an Irish problem. It also happened in Australia.
You might like to save a few tears for The Legacy of Shame. The book is fiction, but the background of Australian forced adoptions was real. To those involved, it was painfully real.
An Amazon review reads:
Be warned: this book will grip you and won't let you out of its grip even after you've finished reading it. I read the book over a week ago and I am still thinking about the characters and what happened to them. David Hough is a brilliant story-teller and knows how to take his readers on a touching - and at times heart-breaking - emotional journey. The book is full of surprises, twists and turns. It keeps you guessing until the end. As the story of Douglas Hadleigh's family starts to unfold, you can't help but get sucked into their lives. Hough explores the theme of secrets and shame, and how these can lead to unexpected consequences. He also shows that neither emotional nor physical cruelty is the end, but that love and healing is possible whatever the circumstances. I very much recommend this book. It's real page-turner and the story is absolutely fascinating. The book is worth every one of its five stars!