Patricia Alcock


Patricia Alcock took up writing 􏰀iction in the third age because there isn't a fourth. The epitaph she’d like is “Here lies a mother” since she was a mother before she was anything else. A peripatetic student, retailer, trainer, fundraiser, and cook; she is an Everywoman - a juggler. She lives in her beloved London, near Heathrow, and collects air miles to continue her trips back and forth to her native Mexico.
Maximilian’s Garden is her 􏰀irst published novel.

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Maximilian's Garden
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 86,770. Language: British English. Published: November 15, 2014 by Esther Lopez. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General
After years living in the United Kingdom, it is in her native Mexico that Clara finds herself and her purpose in life. The journey, however, is not an easy one and in her struggle to adapt to the Mexican social conventions she had lived away from for a long time, it is her determination to restore a neglected garden that provides direction and insight to the most important journey of her life.

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divorce    mexico    motherhood    romance