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We can’t have a party yet but The Light Keeper paperback is available from today in all sorts of places, from Blackwell’s and Amazon to Hive which supports independent bookshops or the wonderful Much Ado Books near the actual lighthouse. It’s also on Kindle for under three quid right now, which is a steal. Is it any good? These people think so, and they should know.

‘Wonderfully written. This is a book that will stay with you.’

Anthony Horowitz

‘Human warmth and bittersweet emotion. I loved this.’

Matt Haig

‘An absolute thing of beauty. Not like anything else I’ve read. Fabulous.’

Jane Fallon

‘Mesmerising and lyrical, creating atmosphere you can breathe and emotion that can shred your heart.’

Peter James

‘Tremendous speed and pace. The ending took me completely by surprise.’

Jeffrey Archer

‘Beautifully tense and atmospheric.’

Marianne Power

‘This potent debut by award-winning writer Cole Moreton weaves a richly evocative story of heartache and secrets, set along the precarious coastline of the Sussex Downs. Pacy and packed with bittersweet lyricism, it’s a multi-layered tale with a surprise ending.’

Hepzibah Anderson in the Mail on Sunday

‘A beautifully haunting read. Evocative, spiritual and deeply immersive.’

Reverend Kate Bottley

The Light Keeper is as compelling and ambitious as it is deeply moving. In the interchange of landscape, characters, the here and now and the “Other” this novel brilliantly captures the real spiritual debate of the twenty-first century.’

Peter Stanford in The Tablet

‘Carefully paced but intense, detached but compelling, the movement of the novel is as enticing and treacherous as the sea and the coastland cliffs it beautifully evokes.’

Mark Oakley in the Church Times

  • Outside the UK, get it with free delivery from Books Depository.
  • More about the story at www.thelightkeeper.org.
  • Please like, share or respond and talk about it where you can. Reviews online really help, if you’ve read it. I’d love to hear from you. And that’s it for now. Love and strength to you and yours.
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