In a quiet Cornish town, secrets run as deep as the ocean. Meryan’s confession to her husband’s murder shocks the community and shatters her family. But all is not as it seems. After serving her sentence, Meryan, fuelled by a need for justice and the crushing weight of her own guilt, embarks on a perilous journey to uncover the truth.
But, as she delves into her husband’s past, she stumbles upon a sinister web of crime. When her life is threatened, her only hope lies in the hands of her determined daughter, who refuses to let her mother’s sacrifice be in vain. Can they overcome the darkest currents or will they be dragged under?
A Mother’s Love is a gripping thriller that explores the depths of love, loyalty, betrayal and the power of a mother's unyielding determination.
Hazel Eggleton is a linguist by profession, having taught at University College School, Hampstead, for the majority of her career. Now retired, she devotes her spare time to writing novels. To date she has written two children’s ghost stories – one of which reached the finals of the Britwriters awards in 2011 – a young adult novel on the theme of gambling and two adult psychological thrillers. Hazel lives in St Albans.
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