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Generations of Love

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200 pages10 hours

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A story crossing generations about hidden family
secrets.


 


A tragedy from the past threatens to be
repeated.


 


When handsome, career
driven Detective Inspector Alex Hartman is instructed to investigate a High
Court Judge his life instantly changes. Although forming an unfavourable
impression of Judge Lionel Franklin, Alex becomes aware of an overwhelming
attraction for Catherine Franklin, the Judge’s attractive niece, who seems to
be closely controlled by her Uncle. He soon finds himself on a collision
course between his duties and his personal feelings. Meeting again after
a separation and realising his feelings are reciprocated, Alex takes the
fateful decision of proposing marriage, but Judge Franklin is always in
the background with his veiled attempts at control of Catherine for his own
purposes. As Alex continues his investigations he uncovers more and more
damning evidence, unaware that Lionel Franklin is devising a shocking
plan, which in the events of one tragic night shatters the young couple’s dream
for a future with their young child.


 


A generation on, haunted by
the past but unaware of the whole truth, Peter Hartman finds solace in the
attentions of his Great Uncle Lionel. Whilst on holiday in Canada he meets
Christa Benjamin and a relationship begins between them and grows to
something much deeper, unknowingly putting her life in danger. At the same
time, after years of indecision and guilt, Alex Hartman’s former colleague
finds the courage to confront the past, and, finally hearing the truth surrounding his
parents, Peter sees how his own life has been overshadowed by the continued
manipulation of Lionel Franklin and vows to seek justice. As matters reach
a head Peter confronts Franklin about his knowledge of the past, but
finds himself pitched into the nightmare of history repeating itself – can
an echo from the past avert another tragedy?


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