Meg Fraser, widowed in the early weeks of World War I, has vowed to preserve the family farm for her son, Will, and daughter, Isobel, but has made a dangerous enemy in neighbour Dod Grant, who has designs on the farm, and her. He makes it plain that he can ruin the business if she continues to oppose him. Later, when Dod is found dead, Will is accused of the murder, and Isobel, distraught at the news that David, her fiance, is missing in action, falls dangerously ill. Meg has to turn for help to the one man she thought she could never face again. It will take all her reserves of courage and resilience to bring the family through these difficult times.
Shelagh was born and brought up in Garstang, Lancashire and was educated in Preston before reading music at Cambridge. She met her husband there and now has five grown-up children. Shelagh started writing as a hobby and most of her life now centres around music and her PhD studies. She lives near Aberdeen.
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