A Thrilling Novel of Historical Suspense: ALONG CAME A SOLDIER by Brenda Davies

Along Came a Soldier by Brenda Davies
Along Came a Soldier by Brenda Davies
LIVONIA, Mich. - May 14, 2020 - PRLog -- Set against the backdrop of 1820 Cornwall, debut author Brenda Davies's historical suspense novel Along Came a Soldier takes us to St. Merryn, a village steeped in secrets and tragedy. When Charity Perrow meets a stranger in the woods, she finds she is instantly and unexpectedly attracted to him—until she discovers that the stranger is none other than Jethro Ennor, a man her family hates.

But a battle-scarred redcoat is lurking in Greenoak Woods. Struggling to keep his grip on sanity, he's come home to settle the score with those responsible for the heavy burden he's been carrying all these years. When a villager is murdered, the suspicion falls on Jethro. Now Charity must risk everything, including being disowned by her family, to prove his innocence and save him from the gallows.

"I've always been fascinated with Cornwall and it's very much a character for me in my writing," says author Brenda Davies. "I often visit there to immerse myself into its history. I've spent many an enjoyable day reading old newspaper articles about these ordinary people with extraordinary lives. Their stories, sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, come alive and speak to me. I like to think my writing gives them a voice."

Fans and readers of The Beguiled, Victoria Holt, or Phyllis A. Whitney will enjoy reading Along Came a Soldier by Brenda Davies.

Published by BHC Press, Along Came a Solider is available at all major retailers in hardcover (978-1-64397-036-3), trade softcover (978-1-64397-037-0), and ebook (978-1-64397-038-7).

Booksellers and libraries (LCCN 2019943019) can purchase though Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Bertrams, and Perma-Bound. BHC Press also offers attractive pricing discounts to small and independent booksellers. Visit their website to order direct or to inquire about available pricing incentives or their retail/library partnership programs.

Advance Praise

"…this did not disappoint…If you love historical fiction that brings the times alive and is honest and dark and tender, you'll love this." —Perrow, Goodreads Reviewer

"…well written and suspenseful. If you enjoy murder mysteries, historical fiction, and a good love story I would recommend this book." —Laurel, Goodreads Reviewer

About the author: Brenda Davies resides in Bristol, England. She loves whiskey, chocolate, going to the theatre and losing herself in a good book, but most of all she loves to indulge her passion of history and all things Cornish by delving into the past and bringing it alive for the reader to experience

About BHC Press: BHC Press is an award-winning independent publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, softcover, and ebooks for both YA and adults. To learn more, visit www.bhcpress.com.

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