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Postcards from the Past

The Sea GardenThose

The Christmas Angel

The Summerhouse

The Prodigal Wife

The Way We Were

Memories of the Storm

Echoes of the Dance

The Golden Cup

The Birdcage

The Children’s Hour

A Week in Winter

Forgotten Laughter

A Week in Winter

The Chadwick Trilogy

    Looking Forward

    Holding On

    Winning Through

Second Time Around

Starting Over

Hattie’s Mill

The Dipper

The Courtyard

Thea’s Parrot

Those Who Serve

Cordelia’s ex-coastguard cottage was inspired by thehome of one of our friends whi lives in just such a dwelling - but in Cornwall and not Devon. This is her view, on a rather dull and dismal day.

Those who have read The Chadwick Ttrilogy will be delighted to revisit the family and their friends at The Keep.

At the end of the trilogy Jolyon, who had been abandoned by his mother Maria, is living at the Keep with his father and his stepmother - Fliss.  He has plans to turn part of the grounds of the old house into a small holding growing organic fruits and vegetables - an ambition his mother views with disdain.

Now, however, Jolyon is a successful television presenter of  gardening programmes while Keep Organics (the company he had started) is thriving and the recently widowed Maria, lonely  and impressed by her son¹s fame, reappears and hopes to step back into his life. 

When Jolyon brings his new girlfriend Henrietta home to meet the extended family, he finds it difficult to trust Maria and forgive the hurt she had inflicted on him.   Henrietta also is vulnerable from the break-up of her parents¹ marriage.
The Prodigal Wife

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