A Hundred Tiny Threads by Judith Barrow.

A lovely post from Lorraine )to promote my new book, #100TT, the prequel to the Howarth Trilogy.

Lorraine Ambers

I have the pleasure of hosting Judith Barrow’s latest novel: A Hundred Tiny Threads. Judith is my mentor, a friend and talented author, I wish her every success with this latest installmentof her family saga.

Judith says:-
My next book, A Hundred Tiny Threads, is the prequel to the trilogy and is the story of Mary Howarth’s mother, Winifred, and father, Bill. Set between 1910 & 1924 it is a the time of the Suffragettes, WW1, the great influenza epidemic  and the Black and Tans who were sent to Ireland to quell fight for independence from the UK. It is inevitable that what forms the lives, personalities and characters of Winifred and Bill eventually affects the lives of their children, Tom, Mary, Patrick and Ellen. And so the Howarth/Pattern trilogy begins.

SYNOPSIS

A hundred tiny threads Judith Barrow

Gritty family saga set in Lancashire in the 1900s and Ireland at the time of the Black and…

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14 thoughts on “A Hundred Tiny Threads by Judith Barrow.

  1. It sounds most interesting and reminds me of that film, The Last September. Of course any film that is graced by both Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon, not to mention David Tennent and Fiona Shaw… you just couldn’t miss. One more for the eternal TBR list.

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  2. Looks like a great book Judith. I just loved this series and wondering if I should should read this before the 2nd in the series? I have Secrets and I’m doing that one first. 🙂 xx

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