Did I mention Only One Remedy?

YY 5 available

This autumn has been flying by as I’ve been busy writing. I’m currently working on Whispers on Water, the sixth book in The Yankee Years series, which will be available in December and I’ve also started work on the first book in a new cozy mystery series that takes me back to small town Ontario where I spent lots of time in my early adulthood.  But I’ll tell you more about that one soon.

But first, I wanted to mention that Only One Remedy, Book 5 in The Yankee Years series was launched in mid-August, just before I went to Austria on my summer holiday (check Facebook for photos from that trip) and I’ve been so caught up in my current writing projects since I returned from that trip, that I’ve never even mentioned the release of Only One Remedy on this blog. Oops….

So I think it’s time I did. Do you want to know a little more about Only One Remedy?

Here goes:
January 1943: When a Sunderland flying-boat is forced to land in foggy weather near Ardess Rectory then bursts into flames, Reverend Herbert Lindsay and U.S. army nurse Marjorie Baxter work together to assist in the evacuation of injured crew members. Afterwards in the chaotic Receiving wing at the nearby military hospital at Necarne Castle, Herbert’s concern for an overwhelmed staff member arouses Marjorie’s jealousy and threatens to drive a wedge between them.  

In the aftermath of the flying-boat accident, can Marjorie and Herbert find a remedy that will salve their doubts and fears, and save their budding romance?

I hope you will find the summary for Only One Remedy interesting. You can learn more about the book by visiting its Amazon page here.

I’ll be back with more news soon. Meanwhile I better get back to writing.


About Dianne Ascroft

I'm a Canadian writer and author, living in Britain. My first novel, 'Hitler and Mars Bars' was released in March 2008. More information abo
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