When Molly Napier’s sister Scarlet is killed in a road accident the whole family are in shock. The police are certain she purposely caused the crash that killed another but what could have happened for sensible Scarlet to lose control at the wheel?
Determined to discover the truth, Molly begins to dig deeper into her sister’s life. With every questions she uncovers yet more secrets… all connected to her family’s past. One of them has something to hide.
And then Molly meets Rocco, a stranger with dark secrets of his own. Nothing can prepare her for what comes next. Perhaps the answers she is searching for are more dangerous than she ever imagined…
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Also published last week was Lizzie Lovell’s comedic state-of-the-nation tale, The West Country Winery. The perfect book to see you in to summer, for fans of Katie Fforde, Jenny Colgan and Phillipa Ashley.
Chrissie loves her London life and job as an events manager. She loves her loyal lodger and cleaner Melina (sharp as a tack), and her daughters Scarlet (loud, vegan, activist) and Ruby (quiet, musician, boffin). She even loves her husband Rob, despite him deciding to cycle across Africa. For a year. But life as the only responsible adult has left Chrissie stressed and overworked, so much so that she is almost relieved when her mum calls her home to Devon to help with the struggling family vineyard. Almost.
Chrissie gives herself a year: if she can make it through until then, maybe they can celebrate as a family with their own fizz? But adjusting to West country life may take more than she bargained for…
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Nab yourself ten minutes, pour yourself a glass of wine & join Jo for a mini cookery lesson!
“We are all weak. No one is strong.
When a son takes a journey into his father’s past, he has no idea what he’ll uncover, but the truth is almost unbearable.
Written with great poise and elegance, Turbulent Wake is a big bold character-driven story so emotionally literate that it doesn’t ring with authenticity, it clamours.
Hardisty doesn’t shy away from human frailty and the pain we are capable of inflicting on those we love the most. It’s in that honesty there is redemption. And, yes, it made me cry.”
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It’s an incredibly brave piece and you can read it here.