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Hi. I'm Angela Rigley, retired and live in Derbyshire, England. I've been married to Don for 49 years, and we have 5 children: Darran, Jane, Catherine, Louise and Richard, and 9 grandchildren: Amy, Brandon, Ryan, Danny, Jessica, Charlotte, Ethan, Violet and Jacob
I am an active member of Our Lady of Good Counsel RC Church, Eastwood, and sing in the choir, help at funerals, minister Holy Communion, read, and help with flower arranging; I love #lambs, #Scrabble; #gardening; #genealogy, having traced some of my family tree back to 1475; #reading; #writing; and I am treasurer of #The Eastwood Writers' Group.
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NEW! REWARDS FOR JAMIE
Jamie’s fifth story set in Victorian England sees him maturing into a compassionate young man. When a train ride with his brother, Daniel, ends in disaster, Jamie finds himself in possession of a lot of money, presenting him with a dilemma—should he keep it or hand it in to the police?
Click here to see a delightful trailer video of my book
LEA CROFT Who Killed Herbert Grant
A murder/mystery set in Victorian Derbyshire. The body of the farmer's son is found down a gully, and most of the inhabitants of the village are suspects. Will the real culprit be found?
THE PEACOCK BOTTLE
When Amelia Wise inherits a strange, derelict house from her father, she finds a beautiful perfume bottle in the overgrown garden. Who had it belonged to and how had it come to be buried there? Investigations lead her to the discovery of a family tragedy linked to the mysterious bottle.
MY BOOK OF SILLY POEMS AND THINGS
Clarice the chair (our cover model) enjoys her holiday in the English Lake District. Her search for the best spot in the garden, and attempts to take a break from her own job, have an unexpected result.
Some poems are inspired by real things that happen to me, some were entered into competitions at Eastwood Writers' Group, one of which actually won!
The “things” include stories, memoirs and Thoughts for the Day, so pull up a chair (if you can catch one) and dip in to my silliness.
If you would like a signed copy of any of my books email me with 'Jamie' as the subject. Or feel free to email me at any time at: