Rita Bradshaw's passion for the North East grew on visits to family in the area as a child and inspired her gritty sagas set around Sunderland. Each new book is a top seller, enthusiastically promoted by book shops and supermarkets. A committed Christian and passionate animal lover, Rita's life is always full and busy - the way she likes it!
In Beneath a Frosty Moon (Macmillan, November 2018), it's 1940 and Cora Stubbs and her siblings have been evacuated to the English Countryside. But little does Cora know that Hitler's bombs are nothing compared to the danger she'll face in her new home. As she strives to create a new life for her family, tragedy lies around every corner. Can Cora ever escape her troubles and the lost love who continues to haunt her dreams and cast shadows over her days?