My Kyrosmagica Review of Living in The Shadows

M J Mallon Author

InstagramCapture_f2675730-5aa1-4934-8b73-41ab0c9a554eGoodreads Synopsis:

It’s 1969 and Mary Schormann is living quietly in Wales with her ex-POW husband, Peter, and her teenage twins, Richard and Victoria. Her niece, Linda Booth, is a nurse – following in Mary’s footsteps – and works in the maternity ward of her local hospital in Lancashire. At the end of a long night shift, a bullying new father visits the maternity ward and brings back Linda’s darkest nightmares, her terror of being locked in. Who is this man, and why does he scare her so? There are secrets dating back to the war that still haunt the family, and finding out what lies at their root might be the only way Linda can escape their murderous consequences.

I’d recommend reading Living in the Shadows by Judith Barrows. This particular novel is the third in the series, published by Honno Press: ‘Honno is an independent co-operative press run by women and…

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