Farewell to Peckham: A Peckham Novel - Book 4

Farewell to Peckham: A Peckham Novel - Book 4

by Mr James Court


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Malcolm and Sylvia had no thought of buying a hotel when they clambered into the little train that ran along the coast from Dungeness to Dymchurch, but then they saw the neglected little seafront property. It spoke to them, ate into them and they knew that they wanted it, even though they had no possible way of affording it.

But sometimes fate is kind to young lovers and when their fortunes suddenly change they make a decision that will alter their lives for ever.

This is the fourth novel by James that returns to the well loved characters that inhabited Peckham in the 1960s.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781539473879
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/11/2016
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

James was brought up in Hove, Sussex, on the slopes of the South Downs overlooking the English Channel. From an early age he wrote fiction, including a successful pantomime for the local YMCA in his teens. But work took a more technical direction, leaving little time for fiction in a busy career in various government and corporate roles.
James writes humorous novels. After publishing Paint the Town Red, as the final book in a successful series of three set in Peckham, south London, he was approached to write another similar story. With the Peckham Trilogy firmly concluded he decided to let some of the familiar characters from those books escape to new surroundings in Farewell to Peckham.

Other books by James:
The Peckham Novels are a series set in a factory, staffed by idiots and run by incompetents, until the beautiful Tracey Mulligan takes a hand. They are quirky, comedic and highly improbable.
Strudwick's Successor
Mulligan's Revenge
Paint the Town Red

His humorous rural romantic novel, The Whitedown Chronicles, which is set in post-war Kent, has been published by Amazon. Its sequel is currently under final revision.
He also writes more serious fiction about rural life, especially around the late 1700s. His collection of short stories, Nights of Old, will be published this autumn.

More information, including a web presentation about his books, is available on Facebook at "The Peckham Novels" or "The Whitedown Chronicles" where links to purchase e-book and paperback copies can be found.

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