Books

Louise Charles has previously published historical and contemporary fiction. At present she is dabbling in a bit of fantasy which takes her all kinds of places!  Click on the images to take you to Amazon, or this link for other outlets

All Will Be Well – March 2017

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Readers Comments:

“This is a sensitive and poignant story about an unlikely relationship between two women from vastly differing backgrounds during World War II. War is a great leveller, and so a friendship that might never have happened in peacetime was able to flourish.”

This book had me turning the pages wondering what would happen next.

A beautiful story told in a sensitive voice – this novel is set in WWII and is driven by two strong female characters. It charts their individual and combined development through the challenges of war.

I wholly recommend it and applaud the author for the way in which the theme is handled. Filmmakers – here is a great story just waiting to be dramatised.

 

The Good Expat Life – December 2015

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Penny and George have embarked on a new life; not only as man and wife but in a new country. They are cash poor and time rich but can they make it work? Follow their hilarious stories as they bumble along knocking into the odd expat, collecting a family of stray animals and trying hard to cultivate green fingers to keep the wolf from the door.

Readers Comments:

‘Very funny. The dialogue keeps the pace up.’

‘What a great opening – man shackled to a lamp post. I loved it.’

‘I had a smile on my face reading this, all the way through.’

THE DUKE’S SHADOW – MARCH 2014

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The story is set in mid Victorian times and William Kenilworth is a young aristocrat who was never born to be a duke. But following the death of his brother he inherits a legacy and a title he neither wants or has been trained to carry out. Bullied by his domineering mother and rejected by his first love, William falls into deep depression. His savior is his sister, Lottie who helps him to create a second identity and blend in with ‘normal folk’ and as Reuben Chambers he falls in love and marries. However, can he keep his two lives separate?

Readers Comments:

Creatively and delightfully written, The Duke’s Shadow is a charming story full of twists and turns, conflict and resolution. It is one of those books I found difficult to put down, a real page turner.

I really enjoyed the characters. The story line was unique and had interesting twists. Great way to escape! I would strongly recommend.

 

REFLECTIONS – 2013

Reflections is a collection of short stories and flash fiction. Some have been published in womags like Peoples Friend and My Weekly, others have been selected for anthologies and many have been selected for publication online. Some have made longlists, shortlists and no thank you lists but now they have all found a home, here in my first publication. I hope you enjoy, you can find the link to your free copy in the side bar.

 

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