About The Daisy Chain
Set in the upper echelons of Georgian society the story takes the reader on a journey through espionage, tea smuggling and the slave trade. After becoming painter in residence at Kew Gardens, heroine Daisy has to navigate her way through a complex plot to determine who she can trust and how she can help avert disaster.
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About The Author
Al Campbell is an author who wants his readers to feel good about his stories. A writer of flash fiction and short stories, The Daisy Chain is his first novel.
The perfect present for the mother who loves to read
I gave a copy to my mother-in-law and she absolutely loved it.’
Chris Procter, Manchester
If your mum (or mother-in-law) likes historical fiction books about gardening, art, history, espionage, skullduggery, romance or all these combined, this year give her something different for Mother’s Day – a signed and dedicated* copy of The Daisy Chain, direct from the author.
*You can ask the author for a personal hand-written dedication in the comments box on the check-out page.
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I absolutely loved The Daisy Chain which wasn’t at all what I was expecting. Part romance, part history book, part spy thriller, this charming page-turner ticks all my boxes! Swirling from the beauty of Kew Gardens to the opulence of the Queen’s chambers, to the dark underworld of Georgian England, the story kept me gripped throughout and the wonderfully drawn characters will stay with me. Blooming marvellous!
Posy Lovell: author, The Kew Gardens Girls and The Kew Garden Girls at War.
What a great read! A really enjoyable romantic historical novel about the slave trade triangle in which the strongest characters are the nicely drawn female leads of both races. There is great dialogue, I was amused by the cameo appearances of Capability Brown, Gainsborough, Captain Cook etc., and the style of writing is interestingly visual.
Manoli Olympitis: author, Marked Cards
A visual experience where every scene is alive with colour and vitality. It’s a rare treat to read a book about all of my favourite things – art, gardens, history, adventure and of course a sprinkling of romance. A satisfying, feel-good read.
Fleur Cowgill, Artist
It’s a real page turner – I often don’t finish books, but I couldn’t put this one down and I didn’t want it to end.
Despite a deceptively demur opening, the story rapisly gathers pace taking readers on an intriguing, thought-provoking and entertainig ride. A great feel-good story with an excellent twist in the tail – both my wife and I really enjoyed it. We just hope there’s a sequel.
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