The Granville Legacy

I promised a cover reveal today (1st December 2020) for The Granville Legacy so here it is. The full jacket.

I’d love to know what you all think about it, but I’m sure you’ll agree that my designer, Andy Keylock, has stuck to the theme perfectly. Don’t they all look gorgeous together?

If you haven’t read House of Grace (Book 1) and The Coal Miner’s Son (Book 2) yet, you can download FREE here if you have Kindle Unlimited or purchase on Kindle. Also available via Amazon.

Signed copies available (UK only) available from my website shop here – pay safely with PayPal.

A Pre order on Amazon Kindle will shortly be available for The Granville Legacy – watch this space. Anticipated publication is March 2021.

6 thoughts on “The Granville Legacy

  1. Hi Patricia,,

    I love the touch of red on each cover – very striking.

    But may I ask you about Paypal please? I have paypal cart buttons on my website but I’d like to be able to have the possibility of more than one copy / or 1st class UK post added – I see you have a box for multiple copies – how / where did you set that up – on your site or in paypal?? If you don’t mind me asking,



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  2. Patricia M Osborne December 1, 2020 / 5:20 pm

    Hi Margaret, I thought I’d answered this. It’s lovely, isn’t it? I was rather concerned as the designer I’d used for the first two books stopped trading but this designer kept to my remit perfectly. I needn’t have worried.

    In answer to your query re PayPal, I believe when I set it up on the website, using block editor, I was given the choice to tick ‘multiple sales’.



  3. Karen December 1, 2020 / 6:25 pm

    Tricia, this a lovely cover and so glad your carrying on the theme of a dash of red in the cover, so pleased for you, well done, will wait with bated breath for it’s release.


    • Patricia M Osborne December 1, 2020 / 6:26 pm

      Isn’t it wonderful. Oh yes, it was definitely a must to have the red in it again.


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