Rosie Clarke has written another beautiful yet hard on the heart and mind story. You almost feel like you are there. Loving and caring for the relationships and characters. The sense of war and love and how sacred life is, comes to life in these pages. Of course, there are those whom you get annoyed with and resent.
It’s amazing how the day-to-day drama is realised within the pages, alongside the horror of war, Men and women made promises they fought hard to keep. Rosie’s care and effort is very much apparent.
It’s a page turning read with a typically British tearoom vibe. Or maybe that’s just me.
Heartache at Blackberry Farm
A story of life and survival during the war which is heart-rending and bitter-sweet, bringing you laughter and tears.
Cambridgeshire – 1941
As the war rages on in Europe, it brings untold heartache to the Talbot family at Blackberry Farm.
First Tom is missing in action and then his brother John. leaving the family distraught with worry.
Faith finds herself in trouble and turns to Lizzie for support as fear and grief bring them closer together.
But tragedy is never too far away and when it strikes, it may not be those who fight that suffer most.
Will Pam’s prayers be answered and will both her sons return home?
And can the family at Blackberry Farm unite and surmount terrible grief to find hope and joy in a new life for the future?
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Rosie Clarke is a #1 bestselling saga writer whose most recent books include The Mulberry Lane series. She has written over 100 novels under different pseudonyms and is a RNA Award winner. She lives in Cambridgeshire.
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