Cover Attraction is hosted by The Printed Page and spotlights a book cover that we find beautiful, or interesting, one that entices, and invites us to stop and take a peek instead of walking right on by.
My cover attraction this week is a book called Maggie’s Girl by Sally Wragg. It’s to be released December 31/09 by Robert Hale Ltd. Here’s a bit about the book from Fantastic Fiction…
The year is 1938 and Maggie Bates, widowed for nine years and blissfully unaware of the explosive family secret threatening to tear her family apart, has returned to her roots. In the Derbyshire town of Castle Maine, the industrialist and entrepreneur, Silas Bradshaw, still casts his giant shadow. But Maggie, now a mature woman, determines to put her past firmly behind her and forge a new life for herself and her two children, Holly and Harry. Fuelled by a looming threat from across the channel, family tensions rise to boiling point and the tangled web of lies surrounding Maggie’s true parentage is in grave danger of unravelling with shattering consequences.
Not only do I like the cover but the book sounds really good as well. How about you – did any covers catch your eye this week?
The cover looks like a painting!
Missy B. says
The cover is very pretty and the story sounds wonderful!
Literary Feline says
I think the cover is very attractive too. The story sounds interesting, Dar. No wonder you chose to feature it today. 🙂
The cover is gorgeous and now to wishlist the book..LOL thanks
I think this is such a lovely cover. Makes me a lot more interested in the book.
Gwendolyn B. says
I agree–it looks good and sounds good, too!