Monthly Archives: May 2017

The rest of a life

Here is the final part, the epilogue, of Christobel and an update on the rest of a life. If you’ve been following this unapologetically anti-war and pro-European Union (amongst other issues) story, I hope you’ve enjoyed it and thanks for … Continue reading

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Justice done

Welcome to the final chapter of my sometimes heart-rending and emotional (sorry) novel Christobel. The action is now in 2016, with more momentous and divisive events soon to happen in Europe, from Britain’s point of view anyway. Although it’s still … Continue reading

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What happened to Christobel

Welcome to chapter 25 of heartrending and unashamedly emotional Christobel, and the revelation of the fate of our eponymous WW1 heroine. If before reading it, and for the avoidance of a spoiler, you would like to begin reading Christobel from the beginning because … Continue reading

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