Seas of Snow

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Unbound Publishing, Mar 16, 2017 - Fiction - 352 pages
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1950s England. Five-year-old Gracie Scott lives with her Mam and next door to her best friend Billy. An only child, she has never known her Da. When her Uncle Joe moves in, his physical abuse of Gracie’s mother starts almost immediately. But when his attentions wander to Gracie, an even more sinister pattern of behaviour begins.

As Gracie grows older, she finds solace and liberation in books, poetry and her enduring friendship with Billy. Together they escape into the poetic fairy-tale worlds of their imaginations.

But will fairy tales be enough to save Gracie from Uncle Joe’s psychopathic behaviour – and how far will it go?

Seas of Snow is a haunting, psychological domestic drama that probes the nature and the origins of evil.

 

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Contents

Prologue
Leaves
Lemons
Myths
Masks
Puddles
Secrets
Daffodils
Milestones
Poplars
Sandwiches
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Kerensa is Director, Office of HRH The Duke of York, KG. She runs The Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award (iDEA) which is part of The Prince Andrew Charitable Trust. She is also very proud to be Visiting Professor of Media, Strategy and Communications at the award-winning University of Huddersfield.

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