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By: Andrew Ireland

Unwelcome Legacies

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Fragilities exist in all families, but some families are much more fragile than others…

For a quarter of a century, Anna Johnson went about her life believing that she had gotten away with her affair with Bill Williams. However, when he dies and leaves a small fortune to the younger of her two sons, the money and other dark secrets lay bare the fragility of her own family as members start to lose sight of all common decency.

By definition a legacy is a gift of property or money left to someone in a will. In the broader sense it can also be something received or transmitted from the past. Anna has made nothing in the way of any financial gain, but the legacies of her past are revealing themselves thick and fast – threatening to destroy her marriage, her family, and her whole life.

Andrew Ireland was born in Birmingham in 1964, and moved to Cheshire a year before the new millennium. Recently retired, he spent over forty years working in food retail, with the past twenty-five years living with his wife, Tricia, and their two children, James and Bethany.


His hobbies include playing chess on a daily basis and training for his annual effort at the Blenheim Triathlon.


His love for Victorian literature began in his mid-twenties, and Unwelcome Legacies is influenced by both that and Tricia’s holiday fiction, which he reads on the beach in the South of France.


His favourite author is probably Anne Bronte, his favourite beer is definitely Timothy Taylor’s Golden Best.


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