The Turning Point
A breath-taking novel of love, deceit and desire
By Judith Lennox
Judith Lennox's novels are full of excitement and drama, with great appeal for readers of Kate Morton
A gripping novel of passion, intrigue and ambition, set against the backdrop of 1950s Britain in the popular tradition of Kate Morton.
Cambridge, 1952. When Ellen Kingsley embarks upon an exciting career in scientific research she soon finds herself caught in a bitter world of rivalry and ambition. Resisting the advances of charismatic Mark Pharaoh, who will stop at nothing in his pursuit of success, she moves to London and falls in love with dashing Alec Hunter. Then a chance encounter introduces Pharaoh to Ellen's old school friend, the captivating India Mayhew, and they embark upon a passionate love affair that leaves destruction in its wake. And amid a web of deceit and desire, long-held secrets will be revealed with far-reaching consequences...
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25 Apr 2013
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Praise for Judith Lennox's novels: 'A fast-moving, complex story — The Times
A beautifully turned, compassionate novel. Judith Lennox's writing is so keenly honest it could sever heartstrings — Daily Mail
Great, old-fashioned storytelling in the best sense — Daily Express
A definite contender for Rosamunde Pilcher's crown — Bookseller