Even in death, love survives
Grace Molloy was the darling of the theatre scene. Young and
dazzling, she gave it all up to marry the playwright Henry
Sinclair, thirty years her senior. Then, one stormy night, she died
giving birth to her daughter, Aurora.
Left with no memory of her mother, Aurora is raised by Henry and her
nanny, Maggie, in a huge old house on the Cornish coastline.
All the little girl has of Grace is a portrait – a painting of a woman
in a white dress, her beautiful face frozen in time.
Aurora grows up, resembling Grace in looks and talent.
She pursues her dream of being on
the stage and soon achieves great success in the world
of theatre, like her mother before her. Then a secret unfolds
– a secret that could threaten all that she holds dear . . .
Echoes of Grace is the story of a young woman who, having
overcome a painful past, must now embrace it to find her real self.