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The Returning Tide

The Returning Tide

Two sisters and one betrayal that will carry across generations . . .

In wartime Cornwall, 1943, a story between two sisters begins – the story of Adele and Amelia, and the heart-breaking betrayal that will divide them forever. Decades later, the efforts of one reckless act still echo – but how long will it be until their past returns?

The Returning Tide will sweep you away to the beautiful Cornish coast, full of secrets and mystery, and will be loved by fans of Kate Morton and Rachel Hore.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Romance / Adult & Contemporary Romance

On Sale: 23rd March 2017

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781409162124

Reviews

THE RETURNING TIDE by Liz Fenwick is a powerful novel that brings the reality of war, loss, heartbreak, and ultimately love, to life for the reader, and all of it eloquently written with the sophisticated style and flair that is synonymous with Liz Fenwick.
Books Of All Kinds
This is a book about loss, misguided decisions, heartbreak and change, but it's also about hope, long-held secrets and friendships formed between the unlikeliest of people...it made me laugh out loud and cry a few times. I loved it.
NOVELICIOUS
An unforgettable read.
Sam's Book Corner
Engrossing and romantic - a perfect holiday read.
Rachel Hore
Liz Fenwick's romantic story of twin sisters in wartime Cornwall is as heartbreaking as it is absorbing. I got so wrapped up in Adele's story that I read it in one day.
Kate Riordan
A heart-tugging story of loss and recovery.
Fanny Blake, WOMAN & HOME
I really enjoyed this book. It had a wonderfully intriguing and compelling story line and I found the wartime details especially fascinating. Together with Liz's usual beautiful evocation of the Cornish scenery this was a brilliant read. I recommend it.
Barbara Erskine
Authentic and compelling, this story of love and betrayal explores some fascinating human relationships against the backdrop of World War II. I loved it.
Rosanna Ley