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Somewhere, Someday: Sometimes the past must be confronted

Josephine Cox

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Sagas, Historical fiction

Somewhere, Someday is a dramatic and heartbreaking family drama of one woman's search for peace from the Number One bestselling author Josephine Cox.

One of the nation's best-loved storytellers brings us an unforgettable drama about love, loss and facing the demons from your past.

Only when she has layed the ghosts to rest can she set herself free . . .

Barney craves adventure, and though he will always love Kelly, he cannot stay. For one long, agonising moment, Kelly watches the man she adores walk away, left wondering if she will ever see him again.

Alone with her memories, Kelly begins to look to the past and the fateful autumn of 1877, when she was just a girl, recalling all that happened to tear her family apart. Now, filled with regrets, Kelly realises she must face the past she has hidden from for so long.

She must go back to where it all began, face her demons and lay to rest the ghosts that haunt her. Only then will her heart be free.

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Praise for Somewhere, Someday: Sometimes the past must be confronted

  • Driven and passionate - The Sunday Times

  • Cox's talent as a storyteller never lets you escape - Daily Mail

  • One of the country's best-loved storytellers - Prima

  • Josephine Cox brings so much freshness to the plot, and the characters . . . Her fans will love this coming-of-age novel - Birmingham Post

  • Guaranteed to tug at the heartstrings of all hopeless romantics - Sunday Post

  • Hailed quite rightly as a gifted writer in the tradition of Catherine Cookson - Manchester Evening News

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Josephine Cox

Josephine Cox was born in a cotton-mill house in Blackburn, one of ten children. At the age of sixteen, Josephine met and married her husband Ken, and had two sons. When the boys started school, she decided to go to college and eventually gained a place at Cambridge University. She was unable to take this up as it would have meant living away from home, but she went into teaching - and started to write her first full-length novel. Her strong, gritty stories are taken from the tapestry of life.

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