A Cornish Secret is ‘women’s fiction’ and book #4 in the Tremarnock series.
Caroline has come to Cornwall to meet Esme, an old school friend. They plan to walk sections of a pilgrim path.
Meanwhile, residents of Esme’s village, Tremarnock, hear that the council plans to sell off the playground to a housing developer. Villagers organise a huge protest which attracts the local media. They set up a camp on the site which replicates other well-known activist groups.
On the beach, teenager Rosie finds a bottle with a note dating back to the war years. Her family and friends are keen to search for the message writer, Franz, who was once a POW living in the area.
This is the first book I’ve read in this series, so I was unfamiliar with the characters and found it hard to remember them all…
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