Nuages - Django's Testament My first novel is a roller coaster thriller
that takes you back to the mid 1960s when Nazi propoganda was still rife.
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Chosen Before They Were Born is a thought provoking paranormal, sci-fi thriller that also taps into the spiritual realms of Jewish Mysticism (Kabala), Buddhism and Christianity, when seven ordinary individuals discover they have have been born to prevent an imminent invasion.
Novels of Caroline Fothergill (1858 - 1937)
An on going project is to re-publish the novels of my ancestral cousins Jessie and Caroline Fothergill. These have been digitally mastered and minimally edited. They are not just facsimile re-prints.
Put To The Proof is Caroline's first novel originally published in 1883 in 3 volumes and reflects the nature of Victorian womens relationships with men and each other.
This is no sweet, 'Austin' like romance and is interesting with regards the authors own life. Neither herself or her three sisters, born in the mill towns of northern England, ever married.
A Point of View was Caroline's final novel. Set in what was Westmoreland it is a romance in the 'Bronte' tradition with plenty of drama right to the end.
The Comedy of Cecilia is a slick and highly entertaining novel for all time. In the conversations she pens, Caroline shows little fear of offence as she describes with wit and sarcasm her central character Cecilia’s predicament. Women’s social status, even this late in Victorian Society, was more than just being denied the vote. Women with any intellectual ambitions were denied self-fulfillment by those who they were totally dependent on for their keep.
Although the plot is simple it may surprise you as to the final outcome or ‘who wins in the end?’
More to come including the sequel to Chosen