Cornwall…

…is the setting for my second novel. Which, as of today, is also my seventh novel… The Cold Cold Sea was re-released today with a fab new cover by The Cover Collection – I love it!
(Purchase info HERE)

I have lovely memories of Cornwall, especially the north coast around Newquay, so here are a few pics of the places Maggie and family might have visited before Olivia disappeared.

Below is Carbis Bay – just look at that beach.

Land’s End, where the ocean curves along the skyline.

St Ives, definitely worth a visit. (And the setting for Chosen Child.)

I’m not sure where in Cornwall this one is, but aren’t the colours in that water magnificent?

One of those little coves could be the one Olivia vanished from.

The Cold Cold Sea is celebrating its republication with a blog tour:

Do join us on some of the posts: We have reviews, extracts and articles, and lots more lovely photos. (If you’ve read and enjoyed the book, please consider leaving a review on Amazon – one short sentence is plenty.)

We can’t leave Cornwall without having a cream tea pic. I know there’s some controversy about cream and jam and which goes first, but I won’t make any mistakes with this photo…

 

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4 Responses to Cornwall…

  1. Georgia Rose says:

    Fabulous photos, Linda, and congratulations on the relaunch with that stunning new cover.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. jenanita01 says:

    I didn’t think this cover could be improved upon, but I was wrong!

    Liked by 1 person

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