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Cornish Princess-bookcover

By: Peter R. Sherratt

Cornish Princess

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After a successful career in banking, Mike Thompson finds himself redundant and, in desperation, goes to the tiny Cornish west coast fishing village of St Pennard, intent on suicide. Instead, he is captivated by its beauty and establishes a new life in the quiet pace of this peaceful setting.Following the death of her fiancé in an air-crash, Ellie, a young artist, comes to St Pennard on her intended wedding day to put an end to her tragic love-life.Mike feels an immediate empathy with her distress and sets about drawing her back from the abyss, both mentally and physically. Their shared sadness draws them together to find blossoming love and happiness, entwined in the peaceful life of this idyllic village and the wonderful characters that live there.Everything is perfect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . then fate deals a Joker.

Peter claims that he squandered much of his career writing mind-bogglingly boring business reports and studies.


About ten years ago, he freaked out and turned to writing and producing pantomimes for his local village in the Lake District. That was much more fun.


He has now descended even further into the abyss, writing novels in a variety of genres.


The characters in Cornish Princess are entirely fictitious and are not based on any known persons, living or dead.


www.psherratt.uk

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