It’s publication day for A Summer of Castles by Rachel Walkley today and this is just a quick post to say congratulations to the author! I can’t fit this one in to my reading schedule, though it sounds great, but wanted to share what the book is about as part of the publication day celebrations.
A Summer of Castles. A secret in ruins.
At the beginning of the sultry 2003 English summer, Robyn Yates quits her job to photograph fifteen castles for a man she’s never met. A man who won’t tell her his real name.
What motivates her is an unusual ability she can’t explain nor understand. Somebody does though and is keen to exploit her secret.
But Robyn isn’t alone on her journey. An artist is painting pictures of the same castles. Wherever she goes, so does he, like a stalker. But is he dangerous? And could this man be the same person who wants her photographs?
She decides to challenge him, never anticipating that the confrontation will change the path of both of their lives.
The stifling summer will eventually end, but will Robyn find out the truth in time?
About the Author
Aspiring writer who pens Women’s Fiction and magical tales about family secrets.
An East Anglian turned Northerner – almost.
Information professional, always.
Biologist, in my memories.
Archivist, when required.
Amateur pianist and flautist.
Scribbler of pictures.
And forever…. a mother and wife.
Oh, not forgetting, cat lover!
Social Media Links
Twitter – https://twitter.com/RachelJWalkley
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/RachelJWalkley
Instagram / Twitter handle – @racheljwalkley
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