Tales from Lindford (Lindchester Chronicles 4)

Tales from Lindford (Lindchester Chronicles 4)

Catherine Fox

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‘Lyrical, compelling and full of insight. I found this very hard to put down.’
KATIE FFORDE, THE SUNDAY TIMES NO. 1 BESTSELLING AUTHOR

‘Catherine Fox writes with immense compassion, unsentimental faith and an impressively undisciplined humour.’
ROWAN WILLIAMS, FORMER ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY

January 2020. Freddie, Father Dominic, Jane and all the other residents of Lindfordshire are celebrating the New Year with parties and resolutions. None of them is aware of the trials and tribulations the coming months will bring – not least the horseman of the apocalypse who has set out quietly, with barely a jingle of harness, in a distance province of China . . .

Return to Lindchester once more with Tales from Lindford, the fourth in the beloved series of novels from Catherine Fox. Valiantly written in real time in the midst of the pandemic, this entertaining book captures the difficulties of 2020 with heart, humour and insight. Perfect for Lindchester fans, it’s also the ideal novel for anyone seeking comfort and a way of understanding all that has been happening.

A twenty-first century Barchester that fans of Barbara Pym and the BBC’s Rev will love, this new volume in the Lindchester Chronicles is contemporary Christian fiction at its finest. Tales from Lindford will make you laugh, cry and leave you with hope that grace can be found even in the darkest times.


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Catherine Fox:
Catherine Fox was educated at Durham and London Universities and has a degree in English and a PhD in Theology. She is the author of four adult novels, Angels and Men, The Benefits of Passion, Love for the Lost and Unseen Things Above, which explore the themes of the spiritual and the physical with insight and humour. In 2007, Yellow Jersey Press published Fight the Good Fight: From Vicar's Wife to Killing Machine in which Catherine relates her quest to achieve a black belt in Judo. Her first teen fantasy novel, WolfTide, came out in 2013. She teaches at Manchester Metropolitan University and lives in Liverpool, where her husband is dean of the cathedral.

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