Novel set mainly in EAST BERLIN
The Gypsy Bride
Location(s): Canterbury, Oxfordshire
Genre(s): Fiction, Historical
‘your Gypsy loves you so much he’s ready to put his head in a noose for you!’
1922: Harvest time in the Chilterns. A Gypsy falls in love with a lonely girl in a close-knit Evangelical community. Opposed on all sides, they risk losing everything – perhaps even their lives.
Set between rural Oxfordshire and Canterbury in the aftermath of World War I, this is a cross-cultural love story with a strong sense of time and place.
‘A richly evoked, completely involving story of love, loss and redemption. So satisfying.’ Liz Woodcraft, author of The Girls from Greenway
‘Katie Hutton transports you to a forgotten England in this poignant story of star-crossed lovers. A triumph!’ Catherine Kullman, author of The Gracechurch Trilogy
‘The history is meticulous and fascinating and the character of Sam Loveridge is absolutely captivating – I can still hear his voice perfectly, months after finishing’ Julie Cohen, bestselling author of The Two Lives of Louis and Louise
‘A moving love story, brilliantly depicting the dynamic between settled communities and Gypsies’ Patricia O’Reilly, author of The First Rose of Tralee
‘A family saga that had me hooked from the first page’ Lynn Johnson, author of The Girl from the Workhouse
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