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A Pennyworth of Sunshine

A Pennyworth of Sunshine

Bestselling saga author Anna Jacobs’ novel of life in nineteenth-century Lancashire and Australia. A must-read for fans of Dilly Court and the Rivenshaw saga.

Love can cross oceans . . .

Keara Michaels doesn’t want to leave her family in Ireland, but fate sends her first to Lancashire, then across the sea to Australia, pregnant and penniless. And Theo Mullane, the man who loves her, is married, with an ailing baby son, so cannot follow her as he longs to.

Mark Gibson leaves Lancashire to avoid marriage. But gold prospecting is a dangerous pursuit, and when his gentle young wife dies in childbirth, his father-in-law kidnaps the baby. So Mark runs away again, this time to Western Australia, where he employs Keara in his country inn.

But danger threatens them all, even in the bush, as Keara searches for her lost sisters, Theo comes looking for the woman he loves, and Mark at last confronts his past.

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What readers are saying about A PENNYWORTH OF SUNSHINE

‘I couldn’t put it down’ – 5 stars

‘An excellent read from start to finish’ – 5 stars

‘Brilliant, as always . . . Anna Jacobs never fails to keep the story line motivated, gripping, and endearing’ – 5 stars

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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Sagas

On Sale: 5th September 2019

Price: £19.99

ISBN-13: 9781529385724

Reviews

Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular. She is one of the best writers of Lancashire sagas around
Historical Novels Review
[Anna Jacobs' books have an] impressive grasp of human emotions
The Sunday Times
Another joy from the pen of Anna Jacobs. *****
Reader review
A brilliant read. *****
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[Anna Jacobs is] especially big on resourceful, admirable women. Great stuff!
Daily Mail
A captivating read. *****
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