The Man Who Came Back
No one seemed to know how exactly Philip Drew was. It appeared that he was in the village temporarily to assist the local doctor. Yet in the manor house Falaise, there is a portrait of the man who looks exactly like Philip, attracting Harriet’s interest. Who is this man, really, and how is he connected to Falaise? Wrapped in mystery and intrigue, the 20th-century tale written by one of the romance writer Ida Pollock’s pseudonyms, Pamela Kent, grips the reader to the core. A must-read for fans of literary romance and surprising twists of fate. Pamela Kent is a pseudonym of Ida Pollock (1908 – 2013), a highly successful British writer of over 125 romance novels translated into numerous languages and published across the world. Ida Pollock has sold millions of copies over her 90-year career. Pollock began writing when she was 10 years old. Ida has travelled widely, living in several different countries. She continues to be popular amongst both her devoted fan base and new readers alike. Pollock has been referred to as the "world's oldest novelist" who was still active at 105 and continued writing until her death. On the occasion of her 105th birthday, Pollock was appointed honorary vice-president of the Romantic Novelists' Association, having been one of its founding members. Ida Pollock wrote in a wide variety of pseudonyms: Joan M. Allen, Susan Barrie, Pamela Kent, Averil Ives, Anita Charles, Barbara Rowan, Jane Beaufort, Rose Burghley, Mary Whistler and Marguerite Bell.