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A Ghost of a Chance by Carol Guille

A Ghost of a Chance by Carol Guille

A Ghost of a Chance

About the Book

A couple of local children, Kate and Simon, with their dog, Bramble, are out in the early morning looking for a headless horseman said to ride through their valley. It is not a ghost that they find on that fateful morning turning their lives upside down.

A seemingly innocent trip to Herm, one of the smallest of the Channel Islands, takes a sinister turn when Sue discovers why Daniel, a work colleague, is behaving so strangely.

The Fauxquets Valley Farm Campsite is run by a family who normally live safe and ordered lives. These are shattered with the discovery that their eldest daughter has disappeared.

This book is set in Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands situated near to the north coast of France. It is described in the song ‘Sarnia Cherie’ as a ‘Gem of the Sea’ and features in the famous book ‘Guernsey Potato Peel Pie Society’. Life in Guernsey is peaceful and gentle, or so it seems.

About the Author

Carol was born in Guernsey and has lived on that beautiful island all her life. As a child she lived in the north of the island in the Vale parish then moved to the Castel parish in the west when she married her husband Roland. They had their three children and established the Fauxquets Valley Farm campsite while still in their twenties. They have retired now but still live in the Fauxquets Valley.

Carol is an artist, painting in oils and has produced sets of Guernsey mugs and place mats showing her paintings of Guernsey scenes. She has always enjoyed telling stories and so decided to write this book.

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