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To Turn Full Circle by Linda Mitchelmore
  

To Turn Full Circle

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The beautiful setting of Devon 1909 and a captivating heroine, Emma Le Goff, will have you racing through the pages. Linda Mitchelmore is an accomplished short story writer but this is her first novel. If you were a fan of Catherine Cookson, in her heyday, you will love To Turn Full Circle.

If you like Linda Mitchelmore you might also like to read books by Kate Tremayne, Marcia Willett and E. V. Thompson.

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To Turn Full Circle by Linda Mitchelmore

Life in Devon in 1909 is hard and unforgiving, especially for young Emma Le Goff, whose mother and brother die in curious circumstances, leaving her totally alone in the world. While she grieves, her callous landlord Reuben Jago claims her home and belongings. His son Seth is deeply attracted to Emma and sympathises with her desperate need to find out what really happened, but all his attempts to help only incur his father's wrath. When mysterious fisherman Matthew Caunter comes to Emma's rescue, Seth is jealous at what he sees and seeks solace in another woman. However, he finds that forgetting Emma is not as easy as he hoped. Matthew is kind and charismatic, but handsome Seth is never far from Emma's mind. Whatever twists and turns her life takes, it seems there is always something - or someone - missing. Can Seth persuade Emma that they can overcome their past?

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Vivid and page turning with a captivating young heroine

Linda Mitchelmore has a gift for making you feel right there, in the story, with her lovely warm characters


About the Author

Linda Mitchelmore

Linda Mitchelmore has had over 200 short stories published worldwide. She has also won many short story writing competitions – Woman’s Own, Woman & Home and Writespace to name but three. In 2004, Linda was awarded The Katie Fforde Bursary by the Romantic Novelists’ Association, and has a story in their 50th Anniversary Anthology. Linda also won Short Story Radio Romance Prize 2010. Having started her writing career doing a short story course with Writing Magazine, she has now come full circle and is a preliminary judge for their short story competitions.

Linda lives in Devon and is married with two grown-up children. Emma – There’s No Turning Back is her second novel and the sequel to To Turn Full Circle (June 2012).

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Publication date

7th June 2012

Author

Linda Mitchelmore

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Publisher

Choc Lit

Format

Paperback
352 pages

Categories

Romantic Fiction
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Historical romance

ISBN

9781906931728

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