Ordinary People


by Phil Boast



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/5/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 582
ISBN : 9781698713519
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 582
ISBN : 9781698713526
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 582
ISBN : 9781698713533

About the Book

Tara’s musical career continues in its’ upward trajectory, and Reginald has a significant question to ask of his beloved, but has to seek Meadow’s advice as to how to go about it. Michael, Elin and Victoria have plans regarding Nathaniel and Henry, but must use subterfuge to see it done. Sandra and Barrington continue their quest to find a way to be together, and a new gardener at the Manor House is something of interest to Abigail, and is perhaps a way for her to express a part of herself which she feels is in need of expression. Rebecca has news to impart to Victoria, which she knows will have a devastating effect upon her, so should she tell her, or keep the secrets of the witches, and Rebecca herself must find a place to hide with her daughter, to escape real and encroaching danger. May Thomas has an idea, which rather to her surprise comes to fruition, and which will have a profound effect upon the residents of the Manor House, in both positive and negative ways. Megan makes her final choice, which leaves Sharon alone in her quest to seek vengeance for the wrong which she considers has been done to her, and Percival receives a series of cryptic notes from the most powerful witch of all, but should he trust her, thereby putting himself at the mercy of the sect, or should he hold to his own council?

About the Author

Phil Boast, a native of the UK, now lives in Sulawesi, Indonesian, where he owns and runs a tourist lodge for SCUBA divers and naturalists. As well as his novel writing, (the ‘ORDINARY PEOPLE’ series is now 13 volumes long), Phil, with his partner, Paula, has written and published an autobiographical account of their experiences of moving to and living in Indonesia, which they then re - wrote in narrative form for a radio series, which has been broadcast on English radio.