Monday, 17 March 2014

Postcards from the PastPostcards from the Past by Marcia Willett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Marcia Willett books are always a treat to read. I find her writing mellow, in a good way, soft and engrossing for a nice Sunday relaxing afternoon.

Middle aged Billa and Ed are siblings, they are enjoying a lovely relaxing stressful time in their lives in a scenic ideal spot.

Past has a way of catching up with you though, and this book really shows you how things not dealt with can come back and smash all the walls you built up.

Bit by bit we get to unravel the story.

I don't think this was one of her better books, but I still enjoyed it.


Siblings Billa and Ed share their beautiful, grand old childhood home in rural Cornwall. Their lives are uncomplicated. With family and friends nearby and their free and easy living arrangements, life seems as content as can be.





But when postcards start arriving from a sinister figure they thought belonged well and truly in their pasts, old memories are stirred. Why is he contacting them now? And what has he been hiding all these years?







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