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The Loveday Trials (Loveday series, Book 3): A brooding and intriguing saga set in eighteenth-century Cornwall

Kate Tremayne

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

'Thrilling family saga... leaves the reader breathless for the next book in the series' Historical Novels Review

Cornwall: 1793. As the Lovedays' finances recover from near ruin, it is clear their trials are far from over. Adam, returning from Trevowan with Senara - now his wife - and their baby son, finds himself at loggerheads with his father. Edward refuses to accept his son's choice of bride, and Adam finds it impossible to continue working in the family shipyard. To support his wife and child, he works as an English agent in France, the country still in the grip of the Terror. Meanwhile, St John is in trouble again. His involvement in the murky world of smuggling has made him some dangerous enemies - not least the corrupt Thadeous Lanyon. When Thadeous is found murdered, St John is arrested. If found guilty, he will be hanged. Can the Lovedays pull together over this Or will these new trials finally tear them apart

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Praise for The Loveday Trials (Loveday series, Book 3): A brooding and intriguing saga set in eighteenth-century Cornwall

  • 'Thrilling family saga... A fast-moving and exciting read and leaves the reader breathless for the next book in the series' Historical Novels Review

  • PRAISE FOR ADAM LOVEDAY:

  • 'The whole spectrum of society is present in this fast-moving and exciting story' Historical Novels Review

  • 'First-class' West Briton

  • 'Fans of costume dramas and 18/19th century literature will enjoy ADAM LOVEDAY, a story of warring brothers and forbidden love' Chester Evening Leader

  • 'Rich in drama and passion, with the atmosphere and flavour of eighteenth century Cornwall, ADAM LOVEDAY...is a story of family relationships that transcends time, and heralds the emergence of an exciting new storyteller' North Cornwall Advertiser

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Kate Tremayne

Kate Tremayne's passion for weaving fictional characters into real-life history dramas is the driving force behind her writing. She now lives in Sussex, though she spent much of her childhood in Cornwall.

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