Title: TWO TIDES TO TURN
Author: R.R. Gall
Pub. Date: December 19, 2018
Publisher: R.R. Gall
Formats: Paperback, eBook
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A new, gripping novel, searing the past to the present,
bringing generations together, taking one family apart.
Told in alternate chapters, located, mainly, in South-West Scotland, this is the intense story of modern-day Patrick, set against the compelling, dramatic life of his grandfather, John.
Patrick grew up never knowing his grandfather.
Why were they kept apart?
What secret split the family?
Patrick needs to find out, but only if he can unite with his own daughter, Sophie, first.
Driven by the desire to see her again, Patrick decides he must visit France to take Sophie away from the care of her mother, Patrick’s ex-wife, Maria.
It does not go to plan.
In 1915, with the war raging in Europe, John works the family farm, not yet old enough to enlist but aware of its looming threat. He meets Catherine. It is the start of something wonderful. It is the start of something terrible…
RR Gall lives in Scotland and has written: Two Tides To Turn – a mystery of family secrets; The Dumfries Detective Trilogy – a quirky crime series; the Glasgow Investigators series – A Different Place to Die and Only the Living Can Die.
- What is on your nightstand?
Graham Greene – The Power and the Glory
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- What makes you cringe?
Spiders. If a spider could run nails down a blackboard that would be the worst.
- Do you obsessively plot out each point or just go with the flow?
For Two Tides To Turn, it was go with the flow.
- Is there a word you love to use?
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