Shelagh Mazey

Shelagh Mazey lives in a thatched cottage in Hardington Moor, Somerset. Since retiring from the NHS she has written an ongoing saga of regional historical romantic novels, commencing in 1830 and leading up until 1876. Her first story, Brandy Row is a pastoral tale involving smuggling, set on Portland, Dorset. Dawn to Deadly Nightshade is an upstairs downstairs story set in the Yeovil, Somerset area. Legacy of Van Diemen’s Land involves both areas, plus the Tasmanian penal colony and the Victorian goldfields of South Australia. The fourth book, The Golden Fleece, is set in the Wincanton area and involves horse racing and gambling. The fifth book released in February is called All That Glitters and this one takes the reader back to the gold fields of the antipodes and on to the South African diamond mines. Shelagh has self-published these five concurrent novels with Matador and is currently converting all of them into an ongoing screenplay.

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Poldark meets Moonfleet in this 19th century smuggling love triangle, set in Brandy Row on Portland, at the southernmost end of Dorset's Notorious Jurasic, Chesil Beach, exposing long standing family secrets and leading to tragedy, heartache and redemption.
BRANDY ROW
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Poldark meets Moonfleet in this 19th century smuggling love triangle, set in Brandy Row on Portland, at the southernmost end of Dorset's Notorious Jurasic, Chesil Beach, exposing long standing family secrets and leading to tragedy, heartache and redemption.
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