The Man Who Jumped into the Sea ( Book 2 in...
Charlie Charlton felt as if he had lost everything, the woman he loved was gone and the life he had once wanted now meant nothing. He had moved to Marxby with to be his many, many brothers and sisters in hope of escaping everything he had left behind, but when he arrived what he had left was waiting for him.
In the shape of Dolly, now a ghost that won't pass over to the other side, Charlie is the only one who can see her forcing him to face the most difficult question of all, why can he see her? Ever since she saved his life something has not quite been right, the world has looked a little different, felt slightly sharper and he doesn't know why.
Charlie tries to put his confusion to the back of his mind and attempts to keep his promise to Lavinia and find out what happen to baby Violet. But while researching the Marxby's a new face keeps appearing in his research - Lord George Marxby the 11th Earl. While the Earl was alive in the 1800's and never would have met Violet Charlie starts to realise if he wants to track to down Violet he might have to go back if he wants to go forward and, as always Charlie must follow the Sunflowers.