The Turning Point

Cambridge 1952: when Ellen Kingsley embarks on a career in scientific research she soon finds herself caught up in a world of rivalry and ambition.

Charismatic Mark Pharoah becomes a dangerous enemy, but when Ellen’s old school friend, the captivating India Mayhew, embarks on a passionate love affair with Pharoah, a web of deceit and desire is revealed, with far-reaching consequences…

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The doyenne of historical romantic fiction… intelligently written, with characters who practically leap off the page.

Cambridgeshire Journal

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