A Gripping Novel Of Literary Suspense About A Woman Forced To Reveal A Secret That May Solve A Crime But Ruin Her Life From Almost Their First Meeting, Ginnie Holmes Is Transformed By The Passion She Feels With Will So Much So That She Risks Her Marriage And Her Children As She Abandons Herself To Their Exhilarating Affair They Meet In An Abandoned Boathouse, Certain They Will Never Be Discovered There
I grew up in the New Forest As a child I wrote elaborate fantasy stories that I never showed to anyone But around age 12 I stopped writing, and didn t start again till my mid twenties from the Biography page of her website I went to Oxford to study music, at St Hilda s College In my twenties I tried all sorts of things music therapy, play leading with children with disabilities, work in a toy shop, teaching I also got married and divorced Finally I found work I really enjoyed, as a social worker I qualified at Leicester University, and worked in psychiatry and then in child protection It s a reviled profession but I found it fascinating though, intriguingly, in my writing social workers arelikely to be villains than heroes Around this time I met Mick, who is now my husband and I started writing again I became a full time ish writer after our younger daughter was born.
- 320 pages
- The River House
- Margaret Leroy
- 12 August 2018 Margaret Leroy