Eden’s Garden

‘Eden’s Garden’ follows the intertwined stories of the Meredith family of Plas Eden, a dilapidated mansion with a collection of mysterious statues in its overgrown garden, and the servants who once served there. If you love ‘Downton Abbey’ and the novels of Kate Morton, this is the book for you!


2011

Carys’ dreams for the future are falling apart as she returns to the Snowdonia
village where she was born, to look after her mother. But then a chance
discovery draws her back into the story of Plas Eden, the huge, ramshackle
country house where, at eighteen, she said goodbye to her childhood
sweetheart, David Meredith.

1898

The last time Ann was in London she was a spoilt, aristocratic bride. Now she
stands destitute on London bridge, with the Meredith charity hospital her only
lifeline. But who can she trust, and will she ever escape her past?
Two women struggle with love, family duty, long-buried secrets and their
own creative ambitions. But more than a hundred years ago Ann left a trail
through London, Cornwall and Wales that leads Carys on a tantalising and
increasingly shocking search for the truth.

What is Plas Eden’s connection with her own family history and what are the
secrets of the statues in the garden?

‘It’s a great romantic read and also a very atmospheric, ingenious mystery.’

Margaret James, Writing Magazine

‘This powerful and moving story… held me gripped.’

Trisha Ashley

‘Beautiful writing and a charming, intriguing story.’

Sue Moorcroft

‘Juliet’s characters are so believable and richly drawn the reader really cares
what happens to them…’

Anne Bennett