Broken Wings

Broken Wings

by Ian Welch
Broken Wings

Broken Wings

by Ian Welch


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If God was a woman would she have turned a blind eye to the suffering and hardship on Rochester Street? Was Lawrence's death really an accident as the police claimed? Or was it a cold blooded murder? Tragedies dog the Cranstons', husband Edward has been seduced by the bottle. Desperately poor Isabel struggles to hold the family together. She makes one mistake, now she is concealing an embarassing secret. A timely invitation to join Aunt Millie in Los Angeles is a welcome reprieve. Her fortunes improve but still she faces challenges. The death of a friend triggers a return for Isabel to her roots. Finally she must reveal her secret and face the consequence.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781502771582
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/04/2015
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Broken Wings is a family saga. It traces the fortunes of the Cranston family as they struggle to resurrect their lives after suffering a series of life changing catastrophes.
Ian Welch has now written four novels, each completely different from the previous. His enthusiasm to entertain multiplies with each completed works. He would tell you his expertise has been fashioned by observing life rather than any academic qualifications. He is a keen reader of novelists such as Sidney Sheldon, John Grisham, Wilbur Smith and many others. While these authors undoubtedly have influenced his writing the real catalyst for 'Broken Wings' was Colleen McCullough's 'The Thorn Birds.'
Ian now devotes most of his liesure time to writing. He says 'it is theropeudic and definitely not a chore'. Like all authors he is constantly striving to improve but his real reward is when he receives positive feedback from someone who has enjoyed his humble effort.&'grave;&'grave;
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