A terrible loss. A desperate journey. A mother seeks the truth.
Sinful Folk is the story of a treacherous journey as seen by Mear, a former nun who has lived for a decade disguised as a mute man, raising her son quietly in this isolated village.
For years, she has concealed herself and all her secrets. But in this journey, she will find the strength to claim the promise of her past and find a new future. Mear begins her journey in terror and heartache, and ends in triumph and redemption.
by Ned Hayes
I'm always intrigued by novels that are inspired by tiny snippets of historical events.
A sliver of history taken as a seed, with enough facts to place it in a believable context, can be a rich seam for a skilled author. Ned Hayes has recreated a dark period of British history and, taking little-known facts, has wrapped them in a heart-wrenching tale of loss, vengeance, treachery, and grief.
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- EPUB format
- ISBN 9780985239312
- Publisher: Campanile Books
- Published: 23 Nov 2013
- File Size 1.1 MB
- Added 1 Mar 2017