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Susan Sallis - Author


Susan Sallis is the bestselling author of many novels including Choices, Come Rain or Shine, The Keys to the Garden, The Apple Barrel, Sea of Dreams, Time of Arrival, Five Farthings and The Pumpkin Coach. She was brought up in Gloucestershire and now lives in Clevedon, Somerset.

If you like Susan Sallis you might also like to read books by Maeve Binchy, Marcia Willett and Santa Montefiore.

Featured Books, with extracts, by Susan Sallis

Learning to Dance by Susan Sallis
Learning to Dance
Susan Sallis
A novel of family trauma, misunderstandings, guilt and forgiveness. Gently told, the sadness of a cheating husband slowly unfolds in a lovely West Country setting. Although those knowing the area may dispute some of the routes travelled, e.g. Taunton to...
Format: Paperback - Released: 24/10/2013
The Promise by Susan Sallis
The Promise
Susan Sallis
There were four of the Thorpe family in the Anderson shelter the night of the raid on Coventry. Mum and Dad, Florrie and little May... Jack was missing. And May had to promise to keep a terrible secret, a promise...
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/01/1970
The Pumpkin Coach by Susan Sallis
The Pumpkin Coach
Susan Sallis
A great saga writer with a 1940âs romance, perfect for long nights in and real coal fires!
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/12/2004

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