The Walls We Build by Jules Hayes – Promo Post

The Walls We Build by Jules Hayes – Promo Post

Sponsored Post – Today we welcome author Jules Hayes with her Promotional Post for her new historical fiction book ‘The Walls We Build‘, which was released on 23rd March 2020. Keeping scrolling down for information on how to enter to win yourself a paperback copy.

The Walls We Build by Jules Hayes

The Walls We Build

Author – Jules Hayes
Publisher – Jukebox Publishing
Pages – 462
Release Date – 23rd March 2020
ISBN 13 – 978-1916338005
Format – ebook, paperback

New Synopsis

Set against the stunning backdrop of Chartwell, Winston Churchill’s country home, and reverberating through three generations comes a tragic story of misguided honour, thwarted love and redemption.

Three Friends

Two Secrets

One Hidden Life

Growing up around Churchill’s estate, Frank, Florence and Hilda are inseparable, but as WW2 casts its menacing shadow their friendships become more complex and strained. Following Frank’s death in 2002, Florence writes to his grandson, Richard, hinting at a dark past.

On investigation, disturbing secrets come to light that have not only haunted his grandfather’s life but will now impact on Richard’s too. When a pivotal encounter between Frank and Churchill is revealed and a mystery relative in a psychiatric hospital discovered, just how much more does Florence dare disclose, and is Richard ready to hear?

What reviewers’ are saying:

Friendship, families and secrets – this intensely written book has all of these things and much more. – 5 Stars

A survivor, it is Flo who kicks starts this rich, engrossing novel, which is part love story, part mystery, part exploration of the dangers of choosing duty as your guiding star. Recommended. I loved it. – 5 Stars

The writing is powerful and visual. – 5 Stars

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About the Author

Jules Hayes

JA Corrigan writes historical fiction as Jules Hayes. Her books and short stories have consistently received excellent reviews.

Jules’ debut historical novel, The Walls We Build, is a sweeping generational dual timeline mystery, set in the period between 1928 and 2004. The story boldly draws on the figure of Winston Churchill, who takes a small but important cameo role in this labyrinthine story of three childhood friends.

She lives in Berkshire, UK.

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Time for a giveaway one

To celebrate, as well as to encourage new email subscribers, Jules Hayes is running a competition to win a signed paperback copy of The Walls We Build over on her website.

All you have to do is sign up to her email list. She promises she won’t post very often! so your inboxes will not be over-loaded!.

Jules plans to pull the winner’s name from Florence’s red hat on the 2nd April 2020, and the book will be in the post the next day – in readiness to pass a few hours away at home … (as long as the post offices stay open due to Covid-19).

Click the link above to her website to sign up and be in with a chance of winning.


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8 Responses

  1. Nadene says:

    Its the first I am hearing about this author. Thanks for the recommendation.

  2. DJ Sakata says:

    I’m intrigued and loving the sound of this one.

  3. Ravmeet says:

    This will make for a fun read. Will definitely have to look it up once the situation becomes better.

  4. Thanks for sharing! This sounds so good.

  5. Robin Loves Reading says:

    Looks like this might be good. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Rachel Hall says:

    I am a sucker for dual time narratives and having ordered The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson about Churchill’s efforts during the Blitz I would be really interested to read Jules book alongside given that is set much earlier and Churchill was a younger man.

  7. Kathy West says:

    Seems like an interesting book.

  8. vidya says:

    time for dual time narratives, looks like.. I read one too recently and that is my most recent post.. 🙂
    love the cover and the story intrigues

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