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Honesty's Daughter: An unforgettable saga of rivalry and hope

Wendy Robertson

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), First World War fiction, Sagas, Family & relationships

A compelling story which reaches out from Durham to Colorado Springs in America to wartime France, and links the lives, passions, tragedies and triumphs of Honesty Leeming and Astrid Benbow with that of their mothers - Keziah Leeming and Carmel Benbow.

Carmel Benbow's first love has always been her garden and, since her husband's death, little else has occupied her. But her children, long-starved of a mother's affections are suffering. Seventeen-year-old Michael John is a vicious bully, his younger brother, Ambrose, his primary target, and Astrid, the eldest, is embroiled in a highly unsuitable affair. As the First World War approaches, the family is on the verge of disintegration, but help comes from an unusual source. Keziah, a lifelong friend, traveller and horse-dealer, uses her controversial magic on the family, but will her influence be enough to rescue Michael John from himself, Ambrose from Michael John and Astrid from her lover

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Wendy Robertson

Wendy Robertson has written short stories, some journalism and many novels - the latest being Sandie Shaw and the Millionth Marvel Cooker and The Woman Who Drew Buildings - all now available as ebooks. She has built up a substantial following on her blog LIFE TWICE TASTED ( It averages 2,500 visitors a month - 33,000 since she started. You can also find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter @lifetwicetasted.

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