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Book Launch – ‘Guernsey Retreat’ by Anne Allen

Guernsey Retreat

Anne Allen recently published her third novel, ‘Guernsey Retreat’.

 

Blurb

Two violent deaths. Separated by time, but with a fatal connection…

A man loses his father. A young woman loses her mother. Both in tragic circumstances that lead, when they meet, to surprising revelations from the past.

Louisa needs to find the father she has never known, to warn him of possible danger – for them both. Her search takes her from England to Guernsey. Malcolm’s journey is more tortuous: conceived in Guernsey, he travels to Canada as a baby with his bereaved mother. Many years later he arrives in India, and from here he is led back to Guernsey to open a health centre at La Folie. This was his father’s home, where Malcolm was conceived, but never lived and where his father was killed at the start of the Second World War.

At the heart of the two deaths lie stolen jewels. Valuable enough to kill for. Twice.

Finding her father brings Louisa more than she bargains for, and her life is transformed, while Malcolm learns that life is, after all, for sharing…

 

To buy yourself a copy of ‘Guernsey Retreat’ click on the link below:-

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Guernsey-Retreat-Novels-Book-ebook/dp/B00M8EV0DC

 

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One thought on “Book Launch – ‘Guernsey Retreat’ by Anne Allen

  1. Thanks, Sonya! If anyone has read my previous Guernsey Novels, they will notice characters and places popping up in Guernsey Retreat. It will be available shortly in paperback too ☺

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