Ned Hoste has produced a stunning new cover for LIAM’S STORY! With its silhouette of the Menin Gate at Ypres, it echoes the style of LOUISA ELLIOTT and really expresses what the novel is about: light and enlightenment at the end of a long and often hazardous journey…

LIAM’S STORY – the new cover - Ann Victoria Roberts

To quote one review from Publishing News in 1991:
‘This is a sequel to Louisa Elliott, which was a big success in both hardcover and paperback. On leave from his ship, Stephen Elliott meets his distant cousin Zoe, and they become involved in a search for the Elliotts’ past. At the centre of their research emerges Liam, eldest son of Louisa Elliott. The story takes us through the First World War including Gallipoli and the Somme. From old letters, photos and a wartime diary, a forbidden relationship is discovered. A family saga full of warmth and emotion, but never mawkish, this is a splendid piece of storytelling – about the loss of innocence and a love which endures. Highly recommended.’