What if you recalled memories from a life that wasn’t yours, from a life before …?
When Becky steps into Jonathon Nelson’s atmospheric photography studio in Whitby, she is simply a freelance journalist in search of a story. But as soon as she puts on the beautiful Victorian dress and poses for a photograph, she becomes somebody quite different …
From that moment on, Becky is overcome with visions and flashbacks from a life that isn’t her own – some disturbing and filled with fear.
As she and Jon begin to unravel the tragic mystery behind her strange experiences, the natural affinity they have for each other continues to grow and leads them to question … have they met somewhere before? Perhaps not just in this life but in another?
Book 1 in The Rossetti Mysteries. Book 2 – The Girl in the Painting. Book 3 – The Girl in the Photograph. Book 4 – A Little Bit of Christmas Magic
Kirsty Ferry is from the North East of England and lives there with her husband and son. She won the English Heritage/Belsay Hall National Creative Writing competition in 2009 and has had articles and short stories published in Peoples Friend, The Weekly News, It’s Fate, Vintage Script, Ghost Voices and First Edition. Her work also appears in several anthologies, incorporating such diverse themes as vampires, crime, angels and more.
Kirsty loves writing ghostly mysteries and interweaving fact and fiction. The research is almost as much fun as writing the book itself, and if she can add a wonderful setting and a dollop of history, that’s even better.
Her day job involves sharing a building with an eclectic collection of ghosts, which can often prove rather interesting.
Some Veil Did Fall set in Whitby was Kirsty’s debut novel with Choc Lit and the first in her Rossetti Mysteries series.
…A gentle romance mixed with goose bumps are written with a stealthy hand and solid plot.
….“Some Veil Did Fall” delivers chills to a reader as if a ghost were reading over their shoulder!
Reviewed by Natasza at InD’tale Magazine.
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I am a big fan of this particular publisher, almost anything they choose is well worth a read but when it has a slightly wacky, unreal feel then it’s a bit special.
…This is pure charm, a delightful romp.
Reviewed by LoveReading
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