Eviction from Quarry Cottages

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
John Cox is killed. Wife Bridget hangs on in the tithe cottage. Farmer wants her out. Union offers help. Daughter Sarah watches. Adultery, betrayals, another fatal accident, a crippling, grief, care, clumsiness, canoeing, love... all follow. Oh and there's a rabbit, some hens, and a cat called Spud.

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About Sam Smith

Editor of The Journal (once 'of Contemporary Anglo-Scandinavian Poetry')and publisher of Original Plus books, I was born Blackpool 1946, am now living in Maryport, Cumbria. Prior to picking up my state pension I almost made a living as a freelance writer/publisher/editor. My last day job was as an amusement arcade cashier, I have also been a psychiatric nurse, residential social worker, milkman, plumber, laboratory analyst, groundsman, sailor, computer operator, scaffolder, gardener, painter & decorator........ working at anything, in fact, which has paid the rent, enabled me to raise my three daughters and which hasn't got too much in the way of my writing. I now have several poetry collections and novels to my name.

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Review by: mrtibbs2011 on July 29, 2012 :
A story of love, death and betrayal written by a poet: An author who paints pictures with words and tells a simple story from it's gory start to it's muddy Welsh ending.
I decided to buy this story thanks to Sams interview by Morgen Bailey at
http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/daily-interview-no-441-with-writer-and-publisher-sam-smith/
where Sam mentioned he had never been reviewed. Happy to help, Sam. This book kept me glued to my PDF reader until 02:30 just to find out how it ended.
I especially liked the different depictions of the lawyers .. read the book to find out whether you see lawyers the same ways.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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