A Home for Merlin

Sheila Jeffries
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Abandoned and friendless but for each other, a ginger kitten and a gruff old man find a way to heal. An uplifting story of friendship and forgiveness.

As the sun dips from the sky and drizzle begins to fall, a small ginger cat finds himself homeless and alone.

Desperate for warmth and a home he scurries from house to house on the heels of a group of people delivering care packages. Each time a door is opened, the cat slips inside, and each time he is evicted. No one wants him until Theo, a gruff old man, opens his heart and home.

Abandoned and friendless but for each other, Theo and Merlin try to find a way to heal, and hope for the future. But neither can forget those they left behind. For Merlin it's young Imelda, a troubled 15-year-old girl, and Bully Boy, the feral cat that once mentored him. For Theo it's the family that no longer speaks to him. Both wonder: can forgiveness ever be found?

An inspiring, heartbreaking and uplifting story about friendship and forgiveness, and the extraordinary cat who is the most faithful of friends.

Author bio:

Bestselling author Sheila Jeffries has been writing since she was young, and published four novels before she left school. After studying at Bath Academy of Art, Sheila spent many happy years teaching in UK schools, and as a successful artist and writer. Her latest book sees her return to the world of her bestselling novelSolomon's Tale, which though it was fiction, was based on two real cats that shared and enriched her life. Sheila lives in Somerset where she enjoys teaching meditation and running workshops for writers.

Category: Fiction
ISBN: 9781787395756
Publisher: Welbeck
Imprint: Welbeck
Pub Date: March 2022
Page Extent: 352
Format: Paperback
Subject: Fiction & related items

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