Thursday, 19 September 2019

Coronation Street Blog editor's second novel published


I'm delighted to say that my second novel - The Tuppenny Child - published by Headline is now available in paperback, as well as hardback, audiobook and ebook.

The book is called The Tuppenny Child and is set in the northeast coalmining village of Ryhope, in 1919. It's got a fantastic heroine at its core, who arrives in Ryhope with no money, no friends, no family. She is there to find her baby who has been stolen from her. 

And she's a kick-ass feminist icon too. She becomes the first woman in the village to wear trousers, to ride a bike, to set up her own business - and all the while she's searching for her stolen child. 

Not just that, she brings down one of the most powerful men in the village while she's on.  It's a rollercoaster of a ride and includes a fantastic Women's Christmas, the traditional Irish custom of  Nollaig na mBan, done in pure Ryhope style.

As in my debut novel BELLE OF THE BACK STREETS, there's another feisty heroine at the core of this story and it's available here.

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