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After the more than positive response to earlier books in the Croome saga book – that’s After She Drowned and  The Captain’s Ward (see below), the third in the trilogy is now out.

The Croome Victorian Trilogy runs from the 1880s to the early 1890s, and you can read the books in any sequence, though I think you’ll enjoy the trilogy more if you read The Captain’s Ward before the third and latest, Man’s Estate.

Man’s Estate, the third in the Croome saga, takes place in 1893 with linked stories from the growing town of Croome and the nearby Manor. Two fathers must choose between daughters and sons. The squire’s four children are headed by the tall, proud, good-looking Riordan. Does he deserve to take over the estate? Meanwhile, in Croome itself, should works foreman Nathan Brook favour his prodigal son over his stay-at-home daughter?

Available as both a paperback and an ebook:

From Amazon: CLICK HERE

or in any other ebook format: CLICK HERE

 


Earlier in the saga . . .

Located in the same semi-rural area around Croome and Milham, The Captain’s Ward tells of the close relationship between a teenage orphan and her charismatic guardian.

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See the KINDLE version HERE
Or in any other book format: HERE
Or as a splendid PAPERBACK version HERE


But have you read After She Drowned yet? It’s about forbidden love in the Victorian church, and is available as both a paperback and an ebook.

CLICK the image to take a peek!
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By the way . . .

There’s a page on me and my other books on ABOUT ME.

And I run a blog on books in general, called Booksmatter (because books do) which you can find by clicking HERE

and a site devoted to (mainly lesser-known) Victorian illustrators and writers, called VICTORIAN LINES: HERE


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