A young widow’s rite of passage and need for redemption...
The family moved into an old farmhouse in the pretty village of Eden Bridge but Kitty Munroe’s hopes are shattered after her husband, Tom, is accidentally killed underneath his beloved classic car. Kitty and her two young children must come to terms with the tragedy and rebuild their lives.
However, when Kitty discovers that Tom was having an affair with Melissa, his brother’s wife, she decides on redemption for all the family’s pain and grief through the discovery of an extraordinary and valuable English Delftware plate.
Kitty and the children are helped towards a new life by selling the car and the plate. Through the support of friends and a stranger discovered squatting in the garden bothy, as well as by providing a home for an abandoned donkey and, finally, the friendship of helpful architect Alex.
Kitty becomes strong enough to control her life and to take herself and her children forward.
About the author
Patricia Jones has written five full-length plays, a pantomime, short stories and sketches and is currently editing the sequel to her debut novel, ‘Threads of Life’.
She writes in a sunny area surrounded by books and Louis Wain prints and likes to write listening to Ella Fitzgerald, Elvis or The Archers.
She lives in leafy Surrey and is married with four grown up children, three grandchildren and a spoilt cat and is kept busy, when not writing, going to the theatre, ballet, art history lectures and being with friends and family. She also helps backstage with a small theatrical theatre company and organises an annual charity Christmas concert.
isbn: 9781912576333 paperback | 9781912576340 eBook
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