Featured: My Name is Rachel by Lorna Peel

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It’s part mystery and part romance as a young man slowly begins to unravel the mysterious events surrounding her birth.

Rachel wants to find her birth mother.

Who wants to stop her?

Rachel Harris was abandoned as a baby on the steps of a church-run children’s home, fostered and later adopted.

Who was her birth mother and what were the circumstances which led her to give up her baby?

Searching for someone who doesn’t want to be found seems a hopeless task until Rachel meets Matthew Williams, a Church of England clergyman.

Then the anonymous and increasingly frightening attempts to end their relationship begin.

Are these actions connected to the mysterious events surrounding Rachel’s birth?

Lorna Peel

Meet Lorna Peel:

Lorna Peel writes historical fiction and mystery romance novels set in Ireland and the UK. She is best known for The Fitzgeralds of Dublin Series, a gritty family saga set in Victorian Ireland.

Lorna worked as a professional genealogist and tour guide for many years but now writes full time.

She is passionate about history and enjoys researching her family tree and disappearing down research rabbit holes.

To find out more about Lorna’s books, visit http://lornapeel.com/about, where you can sign up to Lorna’s newsletter and get A Revelatory Christmas, a free and exclusive Fitzgeralds of Dublin Series prequel novelette, and be the first to hear Lorna’s news and updates.

Website – https://lornapeel.com

What Readers Say:

“Lorna Peel just has this way of writing that pulls you in to the very fabric of what’s going on.” – Sue Bowers

“I very much enjoyed reading this book. The story itself has lots of twists and turns. Rachel tracing her mother and her ancestry was interesting and informative.” – Myrna Smith

“I really liked the flow of this story from start to finish. If your looking for mystery with romance this is a good one.” – Linda Starr

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