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Faith under Fire

Annie Watkinson

Kate Hartwood, a spinster at the age of thirty-five, seeks to reinvent herself and her life by escaping from a good career and a smothering home life to a country cottage bequeathed to her by an aunt.

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-538-5
Published : 24/09/2015
Pages : 343
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Annie Watkinson

Annie is the author of a poetry anthology Listen to My Heart. After studying mental health nursing at the University of Southampton, she had to give up after suffering serious illness, including a diagnosis of breast cancer. This led her to spend more time writing as a freelance journalist, and enjoying her family.
This is her first novel.

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A dark prologue, which just maybe, gives the reader the general idea of the story line, but in Annie Watkinson's Faith Under Fire, English village life centred on its church opens up a story that you can't put down.

Kate Hartwood, a spinster at the age of thirty-five, seeks to reinvent herself and her life by escaping from a good career and a smothering home life to a country cottage bequeathed to her by an aunt. The quiet village of Ashton Kirby is the setting and Kate's life is set to change by means of a job advert in the local post office.

Initially the perfect chocolate box scene is set, the village is a close and happy community but changes are abound and race along at a pace that is almost breathless. People's lives are brilliantly and cleverly intertwined with a true, typical, village lifestyle, but remains faithful to the support of the community.

 

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