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Jack Jenkins

“Hard on the heels of ‘Go Swift and Far’ comes this hugely enjoyable sequel and another success for Westcott”

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February 2024 From the author’s desk…

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Our children have returned to school, and was ever thus, but for a privileged few different… The Beaconsfield Special, a steam train with four carriages and three guard’s vans, was…

January 2024 From the author’s desk…

9 January, 2024 in From the author's desk

As our loved ones depart after the family Christmas festivities… As she was undressing, Ruth noticed the thin book where Naomi had left it open on her bedside table. She…

Reviews

“Westcott burnishes his well won reputation as the  Grand Master of intrigue with this much anticipated sequel to acclaimed Go Swift and Far ; nothing less than brilliant as with the deft hand of an ancient god  he manoeuvres  the fate of the great and  less than good of Bath across the chess board of life. Check mate; but who wins …..”

Patrick McCloy

‘Another enthralling chapter in this tale of Bath, during a period of dramatic change and development.’

Roger Palmer

‘I love Westcott’s writing style and enjoyed this continuing saga enormously’

Stan Frith

“Westcott has done it again, masterfully capturing the essence of magnificent Bath”

Jenny Lippett

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