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Adrienne's debut novel, The Lost Letter from Morocco, was published in 2019 and is available on Amazon, Kobo, Kindle, iBooks and at good bookstores. Her second novel, The English Wife, will be published in June 2020 and is available for pre-sales here:  https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07RKFXDQG/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i2 

'The Lost Letter from Morocco has great authenticity, immediacy and is an emotive and engaging read.’ Rosanna Ley

'Rich, evocative and utterly immersive, this beautifully written book swept me away to Morocco. I could feel the heat, was captivated by the intense, exotic world, and found Addy's journey to get to the bottom of long-buried secrets absolutely gripping.’ Jenny Ashcroft

'I thoroughly enjoyed The Lost Letter from Morocco -- it's been a pleasure that I've looked forward to each night since I started it. Evocative, sensual and authentic, it's a novel that gives a true flavour of Morocco in all its maddening and seductive contrasts, embodied so brilliantly in the character of Omar. I loved it.' Jane Johnson

The Moroccan Lover (Work in Progress) 

The English Wife

Two women, a world apart. A secret waiting to be discovered…

VE Day 1945

As victory bells ring out across the country, war bride Ellie Burgess’ happiness is overshadowed by grief. Her charismatic Newfoundlander husband Thomas is still missing in action.

Until a letter arrives explaining Thomas is back at home on the other side of the Atlantic recovering from his injuries.

Travelling to a distant country to live with a man she barely knows is the bravest thing Ellie has ever had to do. But nothing can prepare her for the harsh realities of her new home…

September 11th 2001

Sophie Parry is on a plane to New York on the most tragic day in the city’s history. While the world watches the news in horror, Sophie’s flight is rerouted to a tiny town in Newfoundland and she is forced to seek refuge with her estranged aunt Ellie.

Determined to discover what it was that forced her family apart all those years ago, newfound secrets may change her life forever…

This is a timeless story of love, sacrifice and resilience perfect for fans of Lorna Cook and Gill Paul.

The Lost Letter From Morocco

A forbidden love affair. A long-buried secret. A journey that will change everything.

1984. In the Moroccan village of Zitoune, Hanane’s love for Irishman Gus is forbidden. Forced to flee her home with the man she loves, Hanane is certain she is running towards her destiny. But she has made a decision that will haunt her family for years to come. 

2009. When Addy discovers a mysterious, unfinished letter in her late father’s belongings, she decides to journey to Morocco in search of answers. But she is quickly pulled into a world that she doesn’t understand.

The longer Addy stays, the more she starts to wonder just how many secrets are hiding behind the cascading waterfalls of Zitoune. And when history starts to repeat itself, it seems her journey might just change the person she is forever.

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