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In December 2007, she went on a secret trip to Basra to broadcast behind-the-scenes footage of the troops. One small criticism: as I was nearing the end of the book there were a lot of quite dramatic events – I was almost reading through my fingers!

She has also presented other programmes, like Coast to Coast People, The Television Show and Magic Moments. Having said that, it was still an enjoyable read and one I'd recommend for those that enjoy chick-lit/women's fiction. For anyone who suffers depression all the signs are there but Simon seems oblivious, he is too wound up with the care of his congregation. Taken under Penny’s broken wing for the summer, the safe haven of Pendruggan feels like the place for a fresh start.She knows she should be happy, but she can't help feeling drained and out of sorts since she had Jenna.

Instead, it was a rather beautiful addition and the author had let the characters do the talking, as opposed to everything being centred around Cornwall. After I finished reading the book I went scouring on Twitter to see if I could see anything about a next book. Not only does Penny deal with a lot of stresses at once, her life unfortunately decides to turn down the 'misunderstood' road. Ebooks fulfilled through Glose cannot be printed, downloaded as PDF, or read in other digital readers (like Kindle or Nook).I was so excited to receive an advanced copy of this book, I have read all of Fern Britton's novels and really enjoyed them. So if you like books set in gorgeous Cornish seaside villages full of life's ups and downs, drama, wonderful characters, a gauntlet of emotions and to top it all off some giggles thrown in, then The Postcard is a superb holiday read and definitely worth using up some of your precious luggage allowance on packing.

New baby, busy husband, issues with work, as well as her well guarded past coming back to haunt her; it's enough for anyone to deal with at one time, let alone a vicars wife! This is not intended to be a full statement of all your rights under the Distance Selling Regulations. but the majority of her previous books appear to be set in Cornwall, and some have featured characters we get to know in The Postcard. Penny is a vicar’s wife and television producer who has married late in life and has a young, teething baby, Jenna. Without giving anything away regarding Penny's past, let me just say that the unwelcome visitor annoyed me in many ways.I loved how Fern Britton used the setting to add depth to her storyline instead of making it the main focus. It’s easy reading, and contains a good mix of true to life everyday issues, secrets and lies, trials and tribulations, happiness and health, and ill health. In April 2008, Fern Britton together with her colleague, Phillip Schofield was the presenter of the revived 'all star' version of the super hit ITV show, Mr and Mrs.

On top of this she receives some startling news about her estranged Mother and the potential of an unwanted visit from her estranged sister Suzie. Since 1999, Fern Britton has been hosting the show and the couple was known for their hilarious presentation. I find Fern's writing engaging and easy to read, and her characters realistic - this book is no exception.I whizzed through the book, eager to discover what would happen, but unfortunately felt like it fell at the last hurdle. It was also a relatively quick read for me as I read the whole of it on a plane journey home from the Canary Islands, and it kept me awake, and entertained for the duration of the flight.

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