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Andy Brown
 
Andy Brown
Andy was born in Cottingham and lives between Bridlington and the Philippines.
 

Contact Andy
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Phone
07850 059279

 
 
 
 
 
Title From The Church to The Manor House
Genre Drama
Pages 235
Formats available Paperback £7.99
Cover design Lodge Books
Published October 2015
Dimensions: 21 x 14.8 x 1.2 cm
ISBN-10:  
ISBN-13: 978-1-326-45403-6
   
 

Calum Rodgers is the vicar of a small church in North Yorkshire and lives with his wife and son, Elizabeth and Jake. The bishop arrives unexpectedly and asks Calum to take up a post in the Shetland Isles. However, on the journey north they encounter a terrible storm.

 
Jake is rescued from the sea by a farmer and his family and this will change Jake’s life.
 
The women in the village soon find out that Jake is a special young man and they fight for his affections, and this causes many problems of which Jake is unaware.
 
 
Title Lost and Found
Genre Drama
Pages 206
Formats available Paperback £8.99 and Kindle £3.60
Cover design Andy Brown
Published July 2013
Dimensions: 21 x 14.8 x 1.2 cm
ISBN-10: 1291484930
ISBN-13: 978-1291484939
   
 
A six year old boy called Seth is abandoned in a lane in Rottingham and is taken in by a baker's wife and her husband, but they decide that they cannot look after him, and so they send him to a relation's farm at Milton.
 
As Seth grows older he learns about farming and he falls in love with Sarah, the miller's daughter. They plan to marry but disaster strikes. Seth is comforted by the last person in the village he wants to see, Sam, who is the daughter of Lord Thackeray of Milton, but eventually they fall in love and get married.
 
Seth and Sam become successful farmers in their own right, on the farm that they are given by his lordship as a wedding present.
 
 
Sugar to Rice
Title Sugar to Rice
Genre Drama
Pages 276
Formats available Paperback £8.96 and Kindle £3.71
Cover design Lodge Books
Published September 2013
Dimensions: 21 x 14.8 x 1.6 cm
ISBN-10: 1291542442
ISBN-13: 978-1291542448
   
 
John Pride , with his wife Conchita, had returned to England from the Philippines to sort out his late father's estate, but when they arrive at the manor house, the staff are running riot.
 
On their return to the Philippines John invests in abaca and sugar plantations and buys into warehousing and shipping. However, World War One comes along and it turns their world upside down.
 
After the war they rebuild their lives, until the news arrives that the Second World War is coming to their doorstep. When the war arrives in the Philippines John, Conchita and their family, along with the Filipino people, struggle to survive.