`The Queen of the contemporary Cornish novel' The Guardian Sometimes going home is just the beginning... Boskenna, the beautiful, imposing house standing on the Cornish cliffs, means something different to each of the Trewin women. For Joan, as a glamorous young wife in the 1960s, it was a paradise where she and her husband could entertain and escape a world where no one was quite what they seemed - a world that would ultimately cost their marriage and end in tragedy. Diana, her daughter, still dreams of her childhood there - the endless blue skies and wide lawns, book-filled rooms and parties, the sound of the sea at the end of the coastal path - even the family she adored was shattered there. And for the youngest, broken-hearted Lottie, heading home in the August traffic, returning to Boskenna is a welcome escape from a life gone wrong in London, but will mean facing a past she'd hoped to forget. As the three women gather in Boskenna for a final time, the secrets hidden within the beautiful old house will be revealed in a summer that will leave them changed for ever. The Path to the Sea beautifully evokes the mystery and secrets of the Cornish coast, and will be loved by fans of Kate Morton and Rachel Hore PRAISE FOR THE PATH TO THE SEA `Swept me away. Just beautiful' Louise Beech `Totally engrossing and surprising, this is Liz Fenwick at her very best' Fionnuala Kearney PRAISE FOR LIZ FENWICK `The Queen of the contemporary Cornish novel' The Guardian 'Full of warmth, wisdom and compassion . . . Liz Fenwick's writing is vivid, satisfying and descriptive' Daily Express `Engrossing and romantic - a perfect holiday read' Rachel Hore 'Wonderfully intriguing and compelling . . . Together with Liz's usual beautiful evocation of the Cornish scenery this was a brilliant read' Barbara Erskine 'Authentic and compelling . . . I loved it' Rosanna Ley 'As heartbreaking as it is absorbing . . . I read it in one day' Kate Riordan `Intriguing, deeply felt and poignant' Elizabeth Buchan
Product code: BXJGX
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Dimensions: 16.2cm x 24.0cm
Publish date: 20/05/2019
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