A Magpie Mourning

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Portraying Sussex life at the end of the nineteenth century, this is a story of conflicts within a family, of injustice, misunderstandings and hidden passions, distrust and disappointments, and how that family is perceived by the villagers based on half truths and gossip. More

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About Bunny Mitchell

Bunny Mitchell was a dancer before becoming a mother and later had a career as a cook. She made her home in Spain and America for several years before returning to England in 1998.
She now lives in Sussex where she has grown to love the South Downs and the history of its people. Her novels encompass the folklores of the region and the colourful Sussex sayings that are in danger of dying out.
She has three published novels (The Farthing Mark and A Magpie Mourning and Blind Bargain)and her fourth,Sweet Thunder, is soon to be released
For many years Bunny Mitchell has encouraged and helped many to write their autobiographies. She founded the Bexhill Writers’ Forum in 2002 which she still runs.

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Review by: mark lockwood on Dec. 10, 2013 :
Having read the previous two books by this author, couldnt wait to be transported back in time again with this book.
I ave only read the first few chapters so far but already I am hooked!
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Review by: Ros Clayton on Nov. 11, 2013 :
An excellent read.
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Review by: sandy wait on Oct. 19, 2013 :
I truly enjoyed reading this book! Will be reading more of her works.
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Review by: Alan Bains on Aug. 13, 2013 :
Have just finished reading. A well written, brilliant book and a twisting plot with a good blend of pathos, suspense and intrigue. Bunny Mitchell's characters are well drawn. I am definitely going to read more books by this author.
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Review by: Anna Noble on Aug. 08, 2013 :
Another wonderful book. I truly love Ms. Mitchell's writing. Her stories transcend time.
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