Scarred both physically and mentally from the horrors of WWI, specifically Passchendaele, the third battle of Ypres, Captain Williamson decides to make a new life for himself in Cornwall and ‘escape the real world’.
On his first viewing of Morgwel Hall manor house he sees a young girl dancing on the battlements of the adjacent ruined castle but she simply disappears. Is she real, a spirit, or a figment of his tormented mind? His quest to find her, and unravel the tragic story behind the hall, twists and turns before reaching a thought provoking conclusion.
Michael started work as a journalist in the 1970’s, but then at the age of 21 started his own clothing business. Born in London, Michael now lives in the Hertfordshire countryside in a small village with his wife, two Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs, a pony and a horse. They have two daughters and four grandchildren. Michael is a volunteer and founder member of a museum in the village of Nuthampstead dedicated to the USAF 398th bomb group who were stationed there in WWII. He also enjoys country Walks, is a Parish Councillor and the Treasurer of the village hall committee.
Using the stunning Cornish coast and county, as a backdrop, Morgwel hall will keep you guessing to the very end and stretch your imagination to the full.
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