The Foundling’s Daughter by Ann Bennett book review
Thanks to Kraftireader for a lovely review of the Foundling’s Daughter.
The Foundling’s Daughter written and self-published by Ann Bennett is available NOW in ebook and paperback format. The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.
To buy link: https://amzn.to/2UC1iC6
Three Women connected down the decades by a mystery from the 1930s, with its roots in British India and an orphanage in Berkshire. In 1934, Anna Foster, the wife of a British Army Officer, privately harbouring pain and remorse, sets sail from Bombay on a fateful journey home, a letter from a charismatic stranger — orphanage superintendent, Reverend Ezra Burroughs — in her pocket. Seventy-six years later, Connie Burroughs, Ezra’s daughter, now in her nineties and in a care home, still lives in fear of her dead father. She guards his secrets loyally, but with a lifetime of regrets. Sarah Jennings, escaping an unhappy marriage, moves to be near her ageing father. She buys Cedar Lodge, the crumbling…
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