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Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Satchfield Hall by Pauline Barclay

Satchfield Hall

Satchfield Hall is not about gentleness, tranquillity and privilege; 
it is about, power, love, lies and in the end revenge.

A compelling read

A Timeless love story



"I stayed up long into the night to finish Satchfield Hall and closed the book with a satisfied (but tearful) sigh."

"Satchfield Hall by Pauline Barclay is a compelling read, a plot full of twists and endearing characters who will have you gnawing your fingernails and reaching for tissues."

"…the setting of the novel which brings to life the Great Britain of the 1940s, not only in the suffering of its soldiers, but in the struggle of a family and a land to survive their loss."

"This book evokes powerful emotions from the reader."

"There is much shedding of tears in those pages but, my goodness, they are credible tears in the heartbreaking situation in which the leading character finds herself. Beautifully thought through and tenderly written."

"I absolutely devoured this book - it is heart-rendering, full of drama, love, lies and deceit, the story grips you and makes you want to read on…"

"… she really can tell a story and make the characters come alive. I haven't cried in a book so much and so often. This is a must to be added to your TBR pile."

Celia Bryant-Smythe, beautiful and privileged could never have imagined one act would be the catalyst that would destroy so much and so many. But then Celia had no idea how powerful and ruthless her father could be. Instead of expecting a happy union with the man she had fallen in love with, she was banished from Satchfield Hall, her lover sent to the war effort and her child swiftly dealt with. Her mother, Muriel, a gentle lady, terrified of her husband knew she must somehow find the strength to stop him because if not more lives would be lost and destroyed. It was a huge undertaking, but she knew she must do it no matter what the price.

Satchfield Hall is a sweeping saga spanning several decades, readers join Satchfield Hall in 1943 at what will soon be described as The Situation, but it will be 1986 before the real situation ends. What is easily accepted in our society today was not only frowned upon years before, but was almost a crime. Satchfield Hall is an emotional book, a book that demonstrates how power can destroy and how love and family ties will eventually triumph.

Satchfield Hall is available in Kindle and Paperback.

Paperback - Amazon co uk
Kindle - Amazon co uk
Paperback - Amazon com
Kindle - Amazon com

Pauline Barclay
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