The Lives She Left Behind (Paperback)
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The Lives She Left Behind (Paperback)

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In a Somerset school, a teenage boy confronts a teacher with a story he should know nothing about. The boy's impossible knowledge uncovers memories Michael Martin has done his utmost to forget - and soon propels him into danger. As Martin confronts his past once more, three girls arrive in the village of Pen Selwood, one of them drawn by an ancient instinct to find a man called Ferney. Her actions reignite a love story, a force that cannot be broken, irrespective of the hurt and danger it brings to those around them...

Publisher: Quercus Publishing
ISBN: 9781780878539
Weight: 320 g
Dimensions: 196 x 166 x 31 mm

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“Time Will Tell”

The Lives She Left Behind by James Long

Compared to Ferney this began as a novel, a work of fiction without the sense of a history textbook. I engaged right away and settled down to allow myself to become absorbed... More

Hardback edition
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“I loved this novel”

This is an unputdownable sequal, equal to 'Ferney' if not better, I was hooked from page one. With many references to the West Country and its history I found it totally absorbing.

Hardback edition
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“the book I wish I’d left behind”

Having literally just finished the author’s first novel, Ferney I read with anticipation the first few chapters of the new novel. Taking aside the fact that from the very first page it’s more than obvious who Joanne... More

Hardback edition
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