COVER REVEAL – The Missing Pieces of Nancy Moon by Sarah Steele | @headlinepg @sarah_l_steele @RosieMargesson #FollowNancyMoon

It’s a pleasure to be involved with the cover reveal for The Missing Pieces of Nancy Moon, by Sarah Steele, published by Headline on 6 August 2020. I love historical fiction and this looks a gorgeous read. Before the reveal, here’s what the book is about…

To unravel the story of that long-lost summer, she had to follow the thread…

Florence Connelly is broken-hearted; her beloved grandmother has just died and her marriage has collapsed.

But things change when she opens a box of vintage 1960s dress patterns, discovered inside her grandmother’s wardrobe. Inside each pattern packet is a fabric swatch, a postcard from Europe and a faded photograph of a young woman wearing the hand-made dress. Why did Flo’s grandmother never speak of this mysterious woman – Nancy Moon?

Her life in tatters, Flo decides to remake Nancy’s dresses, and to head across to the Continent to recreate Nancy’s Grand Tour of 1962. As she follows the thread, Flo begins to unravel an untold story of love and loss in her family’s past. And perhaps to stitch the pieces of her own life back together…



And here it is…..! Isn’t it a beautiful cover


The link to the book on Amazon to order is here https://amzn.to/3aTwUM5

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sarah Steele trained as a classical pianist and violinist in London, before joining the world of publishing as assistant at Hodder and Stoughton. She was then for many years a freelance editor. She now lives in Stroud and in 2018 was the director of Wordfest at Gloucester Cathedral, which culminated in a suffragette march led by Helen Pankhurst. The Missing Pieces of Nancy Moon is her debut novel.

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