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The Jagged Window: A dramatic saga of family and ambition

Wendy Robertson

4 Reviews

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Fiction, Sagas, Historical fiction

A rich and moving novel, The Jagged Window shows Wendy Robertson as an author writing at the peak of her considerable abilities

Edward Maichin is the golden boy of the Chapels. But at home, Edward's hidden darkness runs riot: his Irish Catholic mother, has no control over him since his father, Ellis, fled to America; his two brothers, Rhys and Caspar, live in fear of him. Only Theo, his imaginative younger sister, dares defy him. A suspicious death halts Edward's rise, forcing the family out of the valley, to the mines of the North-East, where Theo's talent for writing begins to match her brother's skills in social climbing. But when Theo takes a position as companion to a strange old woman, she discovers a family even more complex and vulnerable than her own...

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Praise for The Jagged Window: A dramatic saga of family and ambition

  • Wendy Robertson tells a good tale and her characters have a depth and life; even apparently ordinary people are made fascinating by the events around them - Northern Echo

  • Very good stuff - Darlington Echo

  • Her work is inspiring and challenging - Sunderland Echo

  • If you like a homespun yarn, you'll love this - Belfast Telegraph

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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 (www.lifetwicetasted.blogspot.com). 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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