The library in Farnham was packed for the launch of Sea Creatures, which takes the reader back and forth between Cornwall and London and follows the lives of three children and the people around them.
The charming front cover, taken from an original oil painting, depicts the Moon family on a Cornish beach below their old cottage, not far from Looe. It is this charming picture which draws you into the lives of the family idyll, suddenly shattered when mother Rowena Moon inexplicably disappears.
Twenty-two years later the siblings and their father are reunited by some earth shattering news that impinges on their lives both psychologically and physically, but brings with it the various twists and turns urging this compelling novel to its poignant conclusion. Sea Creatures is yet another of author Val Harris' intriguing stories.