#BlogTour: The Woman in the Wood by Lesley Pearse #LoveLesley @ed_pr #25in25

I am delighted to be a stop on this very special blog tour to celebrate the 25th book of Lesley Pearse. The Woman in the Wood is published on 29th June 2017 by Michael Joseph. My thanks to Darran at ed public relations for having me.

Lesley Pearse is a global bestselling author, having sold more than 10 million books to date. I have read some and they are well written, crossing many genres and boundaries. Firstly I will tell you about The Woman in the Wood and then I have a Factoid for you from one of Lesley's previous books.

Fifteen-year-old twins Maisy and Duncan have always had each other. Until that fateful day in the wood… 

1960: Maisy and Duncan Mitcham are woken one night to find their mother is being committed to an insane asylum. Soon after, their father packs them off to ‘Nightingales’, their grandmother’s country house in the New Forest. Cold and distant, she leaves them to their own devices to explore; a freedom they have never experienced before and which they love. That is, until the day Duncan doesn’t come home from the woods. 

When the bodies of other young boys are discovered in the surrounding area the police appear to give up hope of finding Duncan alive and with Grandmother Mitcham showing little concern, it falls to Maisy to discover the truth. And she knows just where to start. The woman who lives alone in the woods. A woman called Grace Deville.

So that sounds really exciting, I can't wait to read it. Perhaps you are a fan of Lesley Pearse, I would love to hear which is your favourite of hers. I have been given Lesley's 13th book to give you a fact about. Secrets was first published in 2004...

It's 1930, and Secrets tells the tale of one girl caught in a family mystery, a struggle against cruelty, and a quest for love . . .
This is just one of many captivating novels from the international NO.1 BESTSELLING author Lesley Pearse.
Without her mother she is alone in the world . . .
Twelve-year-old Adele is placed in a bleak, cruel children's home after a family tragedy drives her mother to madness. But when trust is betrayed Adele has no choice but to run away . . .
Alone and friendless, she heads for Sussex, to seek out the grandmother she has never known. However the journey, without food or shelter, leaves her desperately ill. Surrounded by the beautiful Rye Marshes, Adele is nursed back to health.
Can she now dream of a new life? But what will happen when her mother reappears, bearing shocking family secrets?
About the Author: 
Lesley Pearse's novels have sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. She lives in Devon and loves walking on the beach with her Grandchildren and dogs .
Novels by Lesley Pearse:
1. Georgia
2. Tara
3. Charity
4. Ellie
5. Camellia
6. Rosie
7. Charlie
8. Never Look Back
9. Trust Me
10. Father Unknown
11. Till we Meet Again
12. Remember Me
13. Secrets
14. A Lesser Evil
15. Hope
16. Faith
17. Gypsy
18. Stolen – A No.1 Bestseller
19. Belle – A No.1 Bestseller
20. The Promise – A No.2 Bestseller
21. Forgive Me – No.1 Bestseller
22. Survivor – No.1 Bestseller
23. Without a Trace – No.1 Bestseller – over 200,000 copies sold to date.
24. Dead to Me – published in paperback, 4th May 2017.

You can find out more:
Twitter: @LesleyPearse

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