Nicola Pryce

Nicola Pryce trained as a chemotherapy nurse before completing an Open University degree in Humanities. She is a qualified adult literacy support volunteer and lives with her husband in the Blackdown Hills in Somerset. Together they sail the south coast of Cornwall in search of adventure.



In her debut novel, Pengelly's Daughter, Nicola Price has conjured up a stirring Cornish tale of skulduggery and deception in which the feisty heroine, Rosehannon, has to battle with not only the prejudice against women, but evil forces which have brought her poverty and threat of marriage to a man she loathes. But it is when she meets Jim - a dark and mysterious stranger on the run from the law - she falls in love and is plunged into further danger. A most enjoyable read set in the wild and majestic landscape of Cornwall. It will delight Poldark Fans
Ellie Dean, bestselling author of Keep Smiling Through and Where the Heart Lies

A good, honest yarn in the Poldark tradition