Lois Fenn is a retired school teacher with four children, six grand-children and nine great grand-children. Her life is reflected both in the wartime background and country life of The Magic Mooncat and Cobwebs in Time and continues to do so in Edge of Square Nine, the third part of A Lincolnshire Trilogy.
She enjoys the constant support of her family, and of her colleagues during the regular meetings of their writers’ group, and takes a keen interest in poetry, art, piano and classical guitar, together with a passion for home improvement and gardening at her country home.
Now, as the matriarch of an ever-increasing family, she closely identifies with the values, dreams and aspirations of her leading character in A Lincolnshire Trilogy, yet allows herself the freedom to create fictitious, yet larger than life characters, in a way which is wholly believable.
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Edge of Square Nine
The Edge of Square Nine is the third book in A Lincolnshire Trilogy. Time is moving on too quickly, it seems, for Hannah Clayton who finds herself drawn inexorably into the joys and tribulations of family life, although her continued interest in paranormal happenings and her strong belief in predestination cause concern.
Cobwebs in Time
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Murder, abduction, and family tragedy mixed with extraordinary psychic happenings give this story a fantastical quality as it follows in the footsteps of The Magic Mooncat. Lois Fenn has a wonderful gift for creating believable characters as she deftly interweaves the threads of this family tale to create a compelling yet comforting picture of rural life through the generations.
The Magic Mooncat
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It is September 1941 and nine-year-old Hannah Flynn is about to leave her native Hull and become one of that illustrious number known as ‘them townies’. Standing at the station, with few possessions in the little case she is clutching, she is ready to leave that scarred city to experience life as an evacuee in rural Lincolnshire, an environment as far removed as any foreign country.
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