Caught Out in CornwallBook - 2012
It's a cold November afternoon on the beach at Marazion, overlooking St. Michael's Mount, and the Cornish wind is whipping up the sea. When a distress flare goes up from a yacht in the bay, artist Rose Trevelyan immediately alerts the coastguard and very soon a small crowd has gathered to watch the rescue in progress. With the rain now coming down in sheets, Rose is concerned to see a little girl wandering alone on the shore but her fears are soon allayed as she is picked up and taken towards the safety of the car park. Her relief is short-lived, however - a young mother cannot find her daughter and she fits the description of the child Rose saw. Racked with guilt for not intervening, Rose cannot concentrate until she has tried to help in any way she can think of. But as the days pass by, the prospects of getting four year old Beth back unharmed begin to look very bleak indeed...
Publisher: London : Allison & Busby, 2012
Edition: Paperback edition
Branch Call Number: F BOL NVD
Characteristics: 318 p. ; 18 cm