About the Book:Nowhere to go. Impossible to stay. Your entire existence teeters on the edge of the cliff.
What will you do?
The last remaining residents of Moorland Chalet Park are about to lose their homes to the sea. They’ll receive one penny in compensation.
Twenty-year-old Lizzie Juniper could never understand why they choose to stay in such a dangerous place, but in the unseasonably sunny run-up to Bonfire Night, she makes some startling discoveries. There is a secret lurking in the nearby stately home and a smugglers’ tunnel that connects it to the beach.
The desperate chalet owners are up to something. Will they have time to enact their plan before their way of life is gone forever?
About the Author:
Ruth Estevez was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire in 1961. Her father, Peter John Estevez was of Spanish descent, his family coming to London to set up a Sherry importing business from the family vineyard in Jerez de la Frontera. Her mother, Gladys Parkinson, was from Yorkshire ancestry, her grandfather being one of three or four coal merchants in Bradford to still be in business after World War Two. Before the war, there had been approximately sixty coal merchants. Recurring themes for Ruth... Read More
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