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Book Review: In Farleigh Fields

In Farleigh Fields, published on March 1st of 2017, tells the tale of a British family unfortunate enough to be caught up in the chaos of World War II. Life in their town is going quite well for most of the war. The luck they share with their neighbors does not go unnoticed. However, everything is not what it seems.

With Lady Margot away in France, the family quickly loses contact with her. All they can do is hope she is alright. Not long after, Jeremy Prescott, and old family friend, is taken captive by German soldiers. Pamma’s love for him never dies. She continues to hope that he will return- alive and safe. Little does she know his love for her is long gone.

In Farleigh Fields is a novel of life, death, and the lies that tore so many families apart. I rate this novel 5 out of 5 stars. The plot line kept me hanging on the edge of my seat the entire time. My emotions were everywhere, as any good book entails. I also strongly enjoyed this book because of how real it seemed. Everything was strictly based off of true facts. In the back of the book, there is an epilogue that explains the basis of the idea for the novel, as well as the facts that inspired the author to write.

I received this book for free on amazon kindle with my purchase of a kindle unlimited subscription. If you are interested in reading you can find the following formats at the links provided:


Barnes and Noble



Also: If you would like to know more about the author, feel free check out her website.


Thank you all for reading. Have a blessed day!



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