“Jane Anstey’s refreshing breeze fills both romance and mystery, while solid reflections on clergy family life draw the reader into the heart of the rectory. Pilcher and Howatch rolled together make this a truly ‘unputdownable’ story which left me wanting more.”
—Rev. Ken Wakefield
Fans of St Martin's Summer will welcome back the well-drawn characters of Rose, Clive, Simon and the Swanson family. Together with some new acquaintances, they and the author take us on another carefully-plotted intrigue in this sequel which, after some surprising twists and turns, points the way to a future full of possibilities.”
Governor and Deputy Chair
Marjohn University, Plymouth
—Dr. Jane Santo, retired psychologist
Jane Anstey began writing before she left junior school, and had her first story published in the school magazine when she was eleven. She took a degree in Modern History from Oxford University then taught in high school for four years before her first child was born in 1982. After that she took up copy-editing, indexing and educational writing. She now lives in Cornwall, UK, overlooking the moors, with her husband and younger daughter, aged 17, along with a dog and four guinea pigs.