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Lights at Sea-bookcover

By: Rosey Thomas Palmer

Lights at Sea

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In the tranquil coastal town where Miranda pursued quiet career in social care, she relished the freedom and flexibility it granted her to nurture her two children, despite their significant age gap. However, when her teenager’s inexplicable decline in energy coincides with an elderly client’s enchantment with mysterious lights at sea, Miranda’s world takes an unforeseen turn. The appearance of an unfamiliar boy on the beach not only saves Tanya from danger but also entangles Miranda in a web of suspicion that threatens to strip her of custody of her younger child. As conflicting family ties unravel, Miranda battles to reclaim her rightful authority in shaping her daughters’ futures, grappling with the tumultuous forces that seek to tear her apart.

Rosey Thomas Palmer is a proud holder of dual nationality: British and Jamaican. She spread her work as an English teacher between these two contrasting islands. Since settling in Nottingham, though, she changed her career to health and social care, practising mainly in clients’ own homes. This gave her access to interesting people and to in-depth local history. Along the way, these two passions have given rise to poetry, novels, plays and journalism. Hues of Blackness: A Jamaican Saga celebrates women, forthcoming Coastal Turf investigates men. Lights at Sea and, forthcoming, The Candle Shop examine migration. Meanwhile, contributions to Green Party publications honour the wonderful planet of which we are all a part, as poetry bubbles up from daily life in it.

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