James Grigg was born in Birmingham and worked in the printing industry for 35 years before taking early retirement and moving to Scotland. He delivered fish door to door around rural Perthshire until again, retiring to concentrate on his writing. He lives with his wife near Brechin, has two sons and a growing number of grandchildren.
About The Book
Jenny purchases a brand-new book for the rail journey when visiting her sister and brother-in-law in their new home. In the book, she discovers a fading letter from a soldier to his wife dating from the First World War; how on earth did it find its way into her book?
When Jenny receives more letters, her family and friends worry for her sanity. With the local doctor stumped, can a village vicar offer any help? And what is the connection with the family that used to rent the same cottage in the 1920s, the youngest daughter of whom was also called Jennifer, and that is not where the similarities end.
Journey with Jenny as she looks for answers to mysteries, of which the greatest is her own.