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By: P.J. Holmes

The Rise and Fall of Florrie Clough

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Born on a Yorkshire farm in the 1820s, Florrie Clough’s life is anything but easy. Yet, her restless spirit and daydreams of a life beyond the confines of her upbringing never waver.

Embark on a journey with Florrie as she breaks free from her humble beginnings, venturing into territories she once only imagined. Destiny smiles upon her, gifting her fame and fortune, allowing her star to burn bright. But when unexpected tragedy befalls, Florrie’s path takes a twist, leading her to a more profound sense of purpose and joy.

Amidst an era of profound societal transformation - from advancements in education, technology, and medicine to the evolutions in entertainment, work, and transport – Florrie’s tale seamlessly weaves the tapestry of a world in transition.

P.J. Holmes was born in North Yorkshire in 1948 and has always had a vivid imagination. Storytelling and writing was in her blood from a very early age, as her friends and family would testify. She was always jotting down ideas and thoughts and poems, in addition to writing a couple of fantasy adventure stories This is her second novel, the first being The Disappearance of Amarylis August.

It is entirely fictional.

She moved to South Lowestoft in 2012 and fell in love with it, enjoying long walks along the beach with her beloved dogs in all weathers. After a long illness, she passed away surrounded by her family, in July 2022, shortly after completing this book, and, sadly, she never got to see either of her books in published form.

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