Can a love born in war survive the peace? A war-time romance, long-held secrets and a suspicious death disturb life in a quiet corner of rural America. And when the secrets are revealed, the pull of the past proves that belonging is more than just where one lives.
When her American husband is found dead in a seemingly accidental drowning, Caroline writes home and asks her young cousin Elizabeth to join her. After Elizabeth arrives, Caroline is forced to reveal a secret she has held ever since she first met her husband in Devon during the war, nineteen years ago.
Elizabeth’s arrival gives Caroline new hope. However, as suspicions grow around her husband’s death, Caroline realises she can never fully move on from her past. Torn between love and duty, she must make a terrible decision.
After a distinguished academic career, Stuart Blackburn began writing novels and won the M.M. Bennetts award for historical fiction with Into the Hidden Valley (2016). All the Way to the Sea is his fifth novel. He lives with his wife on the south coast of England.
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