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Song of the Nightingale-bookcover

By: Sue McGregor

Song of the Nightingale

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England, in the 1820s: young widow Anella Hebb confronts many challenges to keep her Wiltshire farm afloat. At first, one of these challenges appears to be Major Eade Jameson, the imposing local landowner. However, after initial suspicion on both sides, a friendship begins to develop. Could it prove to be more than friendship? And what of the Major’s mysterious employee and friend, Mantel Buchanen, who comes to work at Anella’s farm?
Combining narrative drive with fine characterisation and impressive period detail, Sue McGregor’s Song of the Nightingale is a stirring tale of love, passion, tragedy and recovery.

Sue is a keen onomast, bibliophile, numismatist, philatelist and writer. She worked for the BBC at Caversham, then lived in a converted cave in Spain with her husband Peter, until she realised she loved England and the awful English weather more.
Sue’s first love is writing poetry, her second is writing books (fiction and non-fiction), her third is star-gazing and listening to beautiful music.
Sue’s book of poetry, The Long Wave, was published by Austin Macauley in December 2022.

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