This is the Twenty-seventh in my one-book-at-a-time bookshelf.
The third book in this sequence doesn't disappoint. We return to the Cornish setting of the first book, but all has changed. There is a pathos and depth in this book that I really enjoy.
As an aside, a couple of years ago I saw for myself, for the first time, a fishing village in Cornwall and I was blown away. I could not believe the picture postcard houses perched on either side of the steep entrance to the tidal fishing harbour. I dream of spending a holiday living in such a village (but with a little less drama)!