Reviews

  • True love sometimes comes at a price. East Kent, 1830. Catherine Rook takes her peaceful life for granted. Her days are spent at the village school and lending a hand on her family’s farm. Life is run by the seasons, and there’s little time for worry. But rural unrest begins sweeping through Kent, and when Pa Rook buys a threshing machine it brings turbulence and tragedy to Wanstall Farm.

    from the publisher's description
  • An intriguing tale of family relationships and of finding love a second time around . . . I’ll be sure to look out for the next book in the series.

    Val Wood
  • An enthralling plotline with unexpected twists that will intrigue the reader until the last page.

    Margaret Dickinson
  • I enjoyed reading Half a Sixpence and following the fortunes and tribulations of Catherine . . . It gave a very good sense of time and place and I hope it does really well for her.

    Rosie Goodwin
  • What a treat. A Saga so refreshingly different from anything I have read before. A terrific story the reader will find impossible to put down . . . The tale that Evie tells us is fascinating, gripping, sad, happy, highly original and yes, you’ll find out all about that half sixpence.

    Eileen Ramsay

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