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Lorna Cook

Lorna Cook writes dual-timeline stories that blend secrets of the past with the present.

Her first novel, The Forgotten Village, is set in the real village of Tyneham in Dorset, requisitioned in entirety in World War Two and never returned. The story moves between 1943 and present day as secrets about what happened on requisition day are finally revealed.

Lorna lives by the sea with her husband, two small daughters and a demanding dog called Socks.

Genres: Historical, Sagas, Romantic Suspense, Historical Romance
Lorna Cook recommends
Bone China (2019)
Laura Purcell
"If Charles Dickens and Emily Brontë had a love-child, it would be Laura Purcell. Bone China is a deliciously creepy novel full of rambling houses, storm-soaked nights, sinister secrets and hidden agendas that kept me turning the pages."
The House at Silvermoor (2019)
Tracy Rees
"I adore Tracy's writing and have from the moment I read Amy Snow when it first came out. The House at Silvermoor is a sweeping saga full of likeable characters. What a joy to read!"
Meet Me in Bombay (2019)
Jenny Ashcroft
"My heart! This book was sumptuous and hooked me from the first page. I fell in love with Luke and loved sprightly Maddy. The location was beautifully exotic and the storyline just compelling. I loved it. So perfectly written."
The Lost Lights of St Kilda (2020)
Elisabeth Gifford
"Such an atmospheric read and very moving. Two pieces of forgotten history woven immaculately."

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