This is the second book by Vicky Adin I have read and like the first, 'Gwenna', I absolutely loved this book. It is a heart-wrenching, tear-jerking story of a woman's search for her ancestors.
After losing her beloved Tony, she falls into the depths of despair. A surprise package from a solicitor in Cornwall sends her on a quest to discover her great great grandmother and honour her legacy.
Vicky writes about places I've been to, and some I haven't. I could see the streets of London, the Pump Room and Roman Baths in ... Bath ... and then onto the glorious Cornish countryside - all places I have visited. I could imagine Paris, Nice, Venice and Florence, seeing the sights, smelling the aromas and tasting the delicious foods. Vicky's writing is vivid and fresh. I love history - family history in particular and this story shows that the past is not dead to us, and indeed, through us, the legacy of our ancestors lives on. Thank you, Vicky, for another fantastic read.
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