A Woman Alone

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Porthleven, Cornwall. Summer, 1882.

Rose Vivian’s life is sent into chaos at the death of her overbearing father.

As Headmaster at a select school for young girls, his tough and hardened ways were also imposed on Vivian.

When her father leaves Tye Rock House to Vivian, she is made acting Headmistress of the school.

Vivian finds this new-found freedom both frightening and intoxicating. Free to make her own choices, Vivian decides to keep Tye Rock House going for a little while.

With her mother having fled when she was a child, she has no known family left of her own. So, Vivian starts to turn her thoughts and towards the history teacher, Mark Tremayne.

With the running of Tye House Rock stabilising, and a future with Mr Tremayne to look forward to, Vivian decides it is a good time to search for her estranged mother.

But her decision to delve into the secrets of the past will have far-reaching consequences for Rose…

A Woman Alone is a thrilling historical romance.

'A natural story-teller' - Robert Foster, best-selling author of 'The Lunar Code'.

Pamela Oldfield, born a Londoner, now enjoys life in the Kent countryside. She has a grown up son and daughter. As a primary school teacher Pamela wrote her first books for children but was soon writing historical novels for adults. At that point, she says, her writing ‘hobby’ became a way of life.
With her husband Joe, she travels to research her books. She also helps aspiring writers by her talks and workshops here and abroad. Her books have been translated into seven different languages. She is the author of Lady of the Night, Pieces of Silver, A Woman Alone and Yesterday’s Shadow.

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