Polvenon - Book

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Polvenon by Amy J. Heyman is a novel set in 19th century Cornwall, England. Emily was left on the doorstep of the Tremorna orphanage shortly after she was born. When she was four, she was adopted by a family who lived in the small coastal mining village of Polvenon Cove. As she grew older, her search for information about her birth parents brings Emily in contact with a variety of people and leads her to fight for the plight of poor miners and their families. The secret of her birth is finally revealed.

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Author: Amy J. Heyman
124 pages
Softcover - 5.75 in. x 8.75 in.
ISBN - 9781942586326
Little Creek Press

Amy Heyman lives in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. She is an ardent anglophile and works as a volunteer at her local library. She loves to garden and go for long walks along the Lake Michigan shoreline. She has been published in Our Wisconsin magazine. This is her first novel, which she started after visiting and falling in love with Cornwall in 1988.