Two emotional and gripping tales of love, loss and hope set in the 20th century, which will take the readers from post-war London to the stunning high-altitude Indian province of Ladakh, and from the medical heart of Birmingham to the rugged outback of Australia.
The Road Back is the story of Patricia, born in war-torn London, and Kalden, born in a small village in Ladakh, a remote Indian territory hemmed in by the Himalayas to the south and the Kashmiri mountains to the north, who are fated to meet.
“A splendid love story, so beautifully told.” (Colin Dexter, O.B.E., author of the Inspector Morse novels.)
In a Far Place tells the story of Claire, a nurse, and Peter, a doctor, who meet when they are training, and fall in love. But unknown to Claire, Peter has a fierce longing for adventure, born out of his lonely childhood in Ladakh. It’s a longing he can barely admit to himself.
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