Lost in Nashville - Neil White
James Gray is a lawyer and his life is a success. Or at least, he thinks it is, but something is missing - a bond with his father, Bruce.
Bruce Gray is old, retired and estranged from his family. He spends his time drinking and drifting in the small seaside town in England that James once called home.
James decides to take Bruce on a road trip, to try and connect with his father through the one thing that has always united them: a love for Johnny Cash and his music. Together they travel through Johnny Cash's life; where he grew up, the places he sang about - a journey of discovery about Johnny, the South and each other.
Always fascinating, an evocative and emotional road trip, Lost In Nashville will captivate you, inform you and along the way may even break your heart.
‘Equal parts fascinating, tragic and haunting, Lost in Nashville is a beautifully written tale of loss and longing. Neil White is a masterful storyteller.’ - Chris Whitaker, author of Tall Oaks
The Little Church by the Sea - Liz Taylorson
Isolated and unwelcome in the picturesque seaside village of Rawscar, Reverend Cass Fordyce has lost her faith and her home. Christmas is coming, and she isn’t looking forward to it. Then she meets attractive local man Hal - twice divorced and with a reputation as a ladies’ man he’s everything that a celibate vicar like Cass should avoid... especially as Hal is hiding secrets of his own, including his past with the mysterious Anna.
Can Cass ever find her way in Rawscar? What secret does Hal have to hide? And is there ever such a thing as a truly fresh start?
‘Much more than a Christmas story...a stunning and unique debut’ – Rachel Dove, author of The Flower Shop on Foxley Street
‘Beautifully crafted from the first line to last’ – Laurie Ellingham, author of One Endless Summer