House of Grace is the first book in the historical fiction family saga trilogy.
If you like Mr Selfridge and House of Eliott then you’ll love this riches to rags 1950s/60s saga. Delve into House of Grace and follow Grace Granville as she struggles with family conflict, poverty and tragedy.
House of Grace has received a ‘Chill with a Book’ Readers Award.
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What readers say
“I have read and enjoyed many books over the years, but seldom have I engaged and empathised with characters in the way that I have with yours.”
“A real page turner, which I didn’t want to end”
“House of Grace should be a film or TV drama”
“If you loved Barbara Taylor Bradford then you’ll love Patricia M Osborne”
“Wonderfully moving love story, full of emotion and, sometimes, painful reading as tragedy strikes and Grace struggles to deal with life’s ups and downs as she copes with a manipulative and wealthy family intent on destroying her life and her happiness.”
“A Romantic novel covering love, loss and determination.”
“A romantic novel covering love, loss and determination has an interesting storyline, and absorbing plot. It’s easy style makes for a great holiday read.”
“Patricia M Osborne brings the era 1950 -1970, with all its social changes, alive in the readers mind with the right amount of sensitivity and detail, enabling the reader to empathise and feel compassion for the choices Grace feels forced to make.”
“The story is heart-breaking when Grace is faced with adversity and despair and inspiring when she sets to overcome her greatest fears.”
“I followed Grace and her family through thick and thin, both elated at their joys and cast down by their misfortunes. I willed Grace on when she was forced to make hard decisions.”
“It’s the kind of book you can curl up with in an armchair and get transported to another world. It’s a great story, well written, an engaging central character and lots of very enjoyable period detail from the 50’s and 60’s. Highly recommended for a jolly good read.”
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House of Grace may be ordered from any good bookstore. And don’t forget to use your library. If your library doesn’t stock a copy, then ask them to order it in. Quote ISBN 9780995710702.
House of Grace makes a perfect gift for Mums and Grandmas. They like it because they can step back in time while young adults enjoy reading about life in the fifties and sixties. Quite a few male readers have also read and enjoyed it.
Landmarks in the novel.
This park entrance in Queen’s Park Bolton has quite an impact on Grace. Take a look at the photo below to see what you think.
Permission to use given by Bill Sheehy who owns the copyright of the above photo
The above sketch has been created by Helen V James – Facebook Palais de danse – Bolton
Helen has kindly given permission for me to use this drawing.
Grace meets Jack at The Palais. Unfortunately The Palais has now been demolished, a sad day for the people of Bolton.