Author: Ruth Estevez
Published: 11th November, 2021
Publisher: Beaten Track
ISBN: Paperback: 978 1 78645 492 8
eBook: 978 1 78645 493 5
Length: 80,735 words (approx.)
Series: Jiddy Vardy
About the Book:Book two in the smuggling trilogy.
Jiddy Vardy relishes her return to Robin Hood’s Bay…
…where high spring tides can sweep unsuspecting strangers into deep water.
Jiddy is immediately immersed in smuggling runs, childhood friendships and the kisses of the one she loves.
She is in her element, and she is invincible.
But Jonas wants to earn an ‘honest’ living, Jiddy’s adoptive mam is sick, and the captain of the Dragoons is more determined than ever to capture Bay Town’s intrepid smugglers.
As the stakes rise higher, Jiddy has to decide whether to abandon the life she loves or lose Jonas forever.
A compelling, moving story, expertly told.
Andrew Michael Hurley (The Loney, Devil’s Day, Starve Acre)
Dramatic and atmospheric, this is a brilliant piece of historical fiction set by the sea.
By The Pages of Mrs D
About the Author:
Ruth Estevez lives in Manchester where she works as Project Coordinator for The Portico Sadie Massey Awards for Young Readers and Writers, based at The Portico Library. Ruth is also a writer of fiction, with place, identity and voice being at the forefront of her work. Born in Yorkshire, her novels are frequently set here and landscape as well as character are what stand out. A believer that we should be heard as well as seen, she feels voice, in her case, the Northern voice, is important to... Read More
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