A heartrending saga, filled with romance, tragedy, drama, secrets and triumph in adversity from the author of the Families of Fairley Terrace series.
'One of the nation's favourite saga writers' Lancashire Post
'A real heartbreaker' Peterborough Telegraph
'Brimming with high drama, anguish, love, loss, tragedy, and gripping twists and turns, this is an absorbing and poignant story... Felton, a born storyteller, has a warm and compassionate heart...and an eye for the rich period detail that brings the past to life' Lancashire Post
A powerful new saga from Jennie Felton in the grand tradition of Josephine Cox, Dilly Court, Maggie Hope and Rosie Goodwin of love, loss, tragedy, drama, secrets and twists and turns.
Readers are hooked by The Stolen Child!
'Like the twists and turns...a great read' 5* reader review
'Keeps you on the edge...could not put it down' 5* reader review
'A heartbreaking read. 5 stars' 5* reader review
'A must read' 5* reader review
Will anyone believe her baby is gone?
When Stella Swift is discovered holding a shard of broken glass near her newborn baby boy, fears that she might harm William result in her being taken to Catcombe - the local asylum. Although the regime is not as harsh as it once was, it's not somewhere that Tom wants to send his wife - but he has no choice.
Turning to his kind-hearted sister-in-law Grace for help taking care of his other three children whilst he keeps working at the mine seems like the simplest solution until Stella is well - if only there wasn't the shared history between Tom and Grace...
At first Catcombe seems to offer the respite Stella needs - until one day she becomes convinced that the baby the nurses have given to her is not William. Is Stella losing her mind? Or is it true that a mother will always know her own child?
Don't miss Jennie's Families of Fairley Terrace series, which began with Maggie's story in All The Dark Secrets and continued with Lucy's story in The Miner's Daughter, Edie's story in The Girl Below Stairs, Carina's story in The Widow's Promise and Laurel's story in The Sister's Secret.
Believable characters, a vivid sense of time and place, thoroughly enjoyable
If you like the style of Catherine Cookson, Josephine Cox or Katie Flynn then you'll enjoy this - Books With Wine And Chocolate
A great read with a cast of believable characters - People s Friend
Jennie Felton grew up in Somerset and now lives in Bristol. She has written numerous short stories for magazines as well as a number of novels under a pseudonym. Her Families of Fairley Terrace Sagas series is about the lives and loves of the residents of a Somerset village in the late-nineteenth century, and started with All The Dark Secrets.
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