Bird in the Hand
by Ros Rendle
1970, the height of the sexual revolution and independence for young people. Set in Cornwall, Charmian is worried her future is mapped for her and repressive. She craves that freedom and excitement. That’s not quite what she gets.
Bird in the Hand is a story of making decisions for others which reaps heartache. Charmian has two birds and a third on the way. What’s a girl to do? Consequences can be tough. We cannot mould our children to fit our own expectations. Sometimes it’s better to be the familiar stranger. Charmian and her family have much with which to come to terms but it’s ultimately uplifting.
Live, laugh, cry with, and love these characters. Lose yourself in a feelgood holiday read.
Treat yourself to this award winning read now….
About the author….
Ros Rendle was a head teacher previously but is now an award-winning author of contemporary and early 20th century fiction. She has seven novels either published or about to be. She became an Amazon best-seller.
Inspiration comes from ten years living in France as well as a myriad of ideas from time spent with family and friends.
What with writing, and between dog walking and dancing, though not always at the same time, her hours are filled.