The Fourth Meonbridge Chronicle
How can a mother just stand by when her daughter is being cozened into sin?
1360. Eleven years since plague devastated all of England, and six since Emma Ward fled Meonbridge with her children, for a better life in Winchester. But she’s now terrified it was the wrong decision, convinced her daughter Bea is being exploited by her immoral mistress.
Bea herself, whilst ashamed and fearful, nonetheless adores her wealthy client.
Resolved to rescue Bea from ruin, Emma tricks her into returning to Meonbridge, but Bea soon absconds back to the city. Yet, when plague returns, and Bea seeks sanctuary in Meonbridge, she finds herself unwelcome, and fear, hostility and hatred threaten.
“You don’t so much read about the folk of Meonbridge as dwell amongst them for a few precious hours” WhatCathyReadNext@Cathy_A_J
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Children’s Fate is published by Riverdown Books in 2020:
ISBN 978-19160598-7-0 (eBook)
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