One of bestselling author Katie Flynn's contemporary novels reissued for the first time
In the Norfolk town of Haisby, Harbour Hill climbs from the harbour to the cliff-top - a road of run-down grandeur, its mansions now bedsits and guest houses.
It is here that two girls take a flat in the mouse-ridden premises owned by Gilbert the Grope. Nicola tries to forget the past and learn independence, whilst Ceri meets Tom, but how can anyone love a man who laughs at everything, including her?
Harbour Hill is the compelling story of the dramatic events which change – and enrich – their lives.
- Published 11th September 2014
- 272 Pages
- 129mm x 198mm x 17mm