When Ellen Jebeau’s husband dies in 1926, he leaves behind a legacy of debt and empty dreams.
However, Ellen is determined that her son Joseph should have everything in life that she never did, and will stop at nothing to give it to him.
Ellen and Joseph soon find themselves in a convenient arrangement with Ellen’s brother-in-law, Sir Arthur, living on the family estate, an arrangement which quickly comes to work in conniving Ellen’s favour…
But over the course of the next twenty years, as destinies intertwine, can Joseph Jebeau escape the clutches of his mother’s ruthless ambition, and emerge from the shadows of his heritage as the man he truly wants to be?
Catherine Cookson was the original and bestselling saga writer, selling over 100 million copies of her novels. If you like Dilly Court, you'll love Catherine Cookson.
- Published 13th July 2017
- 432 Pages
- 127mm x 198mm x 26mm