Diney Costeloe is back!

  

Diney Costeloe is back!

Love Diney Costeloe?! So do we! Her newest book, Miss Mary's Daughter, will be published in hardback next week on May 3rd. So to celebrate, we're taking a look back at the eBook blog tour: thanks to all involved! 
 
The tour ran from 15th February to 9th March and featured many exciting reviews, guest posts, and extracts. Please find some of the reviews below! To check out the rest of the tour, see the banner.
 
What the bloggers are saying:
 
‘Diney Costeloe has done it again with another beautiful, emotional, and heartfelt historical novel that will take your breath away.’ Books Of All Kinds
 
‘Family secrets, historical fiction, mystery, wonderful characters, Poldark-like settings, this book has it all.’ Rachel Bustin, Book Blogger
 
‘Miss Mary’s Daughter’ is really well written and perfect for history nerds like me.’ Ginger Book Geek
 
‘The story’s historical detail and ambience let you step back into Victorian England. Moderate pacing and an increasingly complex but well-described plot combine to produce an absorbing read.’ Jane Hunt Writer, Book Blogger
 
‘I loved everything about this novel it’s an intriguing plot with a well-rounded group of characters and a beautifully written setting which really did feel like 1880s Cornwall would have been. This is the perfect novel for anyone who likes Lyndsey Hutchinson, Rosie Clarke or Nadine Dorries.’ That Thing She Reads
 
‘A captivating saga that makes for perfect fireside reading, Miss Mary’s Daughter is an intriguing and enthralling tale with a wonderfully rendered heroine who leaps off the page, vivid and colourful descriptions of the past, compelling family drama and searing emotional intensity that will keep readers absolutely riveted whilst reading this exceptional historical saga.’ Bookish Jottings
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From the bestselling author of The Throwaway Children, Miss Mary’s Daughter transports readers to nineteenth century Cornwall to follow Sophie on her journey of secrets, rejection and hope. 
 
Want to hear more about the book? Read below…
 
After her mother’s death, twenty-year-old Sophie Ross is left orphaned, with only her erstwhile nursemaid and faithful friend Hannah for company. Penniless and with little chance of an income, Sophie takes work as a governess in London to avoid destitution. 
 
But unbeknownst to Sophie, her mother instructed Hannah to post a letter to Trescadinnick House in Cornwall upon her death. The letter will be the catalyst that changes Sophie’s life forever as she learns of her mother’s doomed romance and the family she left behind in Cornwall. 
 
The Penvarrow family welcomes Sophie into their fold, but the new life she’s built is threatened by secrets and lies from generations past that soon come to light...