“A is for Abigail (Large Print) Sixpenny Cross 1 ” by Victoria Twead

Available in Paperback, Large Print and eBook

Book Themes

Short Read, Cosy, Suspense, English Rural Life, Part 1 of the Sixpenny Cross Series

The Sixpenny Cross series

A is for Abigail

B is for Bella

C is for the Captain (coming soon)

D – Z works in progress

 

Who is Victoria Twead?

Victoria Twead is the New York Times bestselling author of  Chickens, Mules and Two Old Fools and the subsequent books in the Old Fools series. After living in a remote mountain village in Spain for 12 years, and owning probably the most dangerous cockerel in Europe, Victoria and Joe retired to Australia where another joyous life-chapter has begun.

Victoria’s Books

Chickens, Mules and Two Old Fools   Also in Large Print

Two Old Fools – Olé!  Also in Large Print

Two Old Fools on a Camel  (Three times New York Times Bestseller)  Also in Large Print

Two Old Fools in Spain Again   Also in Large Print

One Young Fool in Dorset   Also in Large Print

One Young Fool in South Africa  Also in Large Print

How to Write a Bestselling Memoir

A is for Abigail (Sixpenny Cross 1)  Also in Large Print

B is for Bella (Sixpenny Cross 2) Also in Large Print

Connect with Victoria Twead

Website: www.VictoriaTwead.com

Blog: Old Fool’s Blog

Facebook: www.facebook.com/VictoriaTwead

Twitter:  www.Twitter.com/VictoriaTwead

Email: TopHen@Victoria Twead.com

Testimonials

It has been a joy to work with Ant Press during the publication of my first book. Victoria has provided me with unlimited support through the whole process, always on hand to answer questions and guiding me through the more technical issues with admirable patience.
My book became a bestseller within two days of publishing. I consider myself to be extremely lucky to have discovered such a friendly and professional publisher. Quite simply I could not recommend Ant Press highly enough and sincerely hope that I will have the pleasure of working with them again in the future.

Charlotte Smith
Paw Prints in Oman