Mary E. Pearce was born in London but later moved to Worcestershire, and then to Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire. Before becoming a successful author, Mary had a number of jobs, including shop assistant, filing clerk, waitress and usherette.
For the first time, all of Mary’s novels are being published as ebooks, starting with the five books in the hugely popular Apple Tree Saga.
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Already available from Corazon Books:
The moving story of young Beth in the 1880s as she experiences love and loss in a small country town.
After a family tragedy, Beth Tewke and her mother go to live with quick-tempered Grandfather Tewke. Beth soons shows her grandfather that she is a strong-willed young woman with clear ideas about her future. Her choices have far-reaching consequences, as she experiences happiness and heartbreak, triumph and sorrow.
A heartwarming tale of everyday country life in an English town at the turn of the nineteenth century. Mary E Pearce paints a loving but authentic picture of the people and places of a bygone era.
The first title in the five book Apple Tree Saga.
The tender story of Jack Mercybright, who changes the lives of sisters Philippa and Nenna when he arrives at Brown Elms Farm at the end of the nineteenth century.
The Guff sisters are struggling to maintain their farm when a stranger arrives one night. Jack Mercybright’s practical manner and no-nonsense attitude has a profound effect on the fortunes of both farm and family.
A touching, bittersweet tale of life in the English countryside in the late 1800s. Through the changing of the seasons, the family and workers of Brown Elms experience both hardship and happiness.
Once again, Mary E Pearce paints a loving but authentic picture of the people and places of a bygone era. The second title in the five book Apple Tree Saga.