What is love at first sight? What do we mean by destiny? Are things sometimes just meant to be? And are there messages within our dreams?

Virginia ‘Ginny’ Lewis Faulkner thinks her luck is in when she inherits a previously unknown property. Little does she know all that awaits her as she begins a genealogical investigation to discover more about her Great Aunt Florence Stanley, whom she and other family members have little knowledge of following her disappearance in war-torn Holland in 1940. But there are skeletons within the cupboard that were hidden for a reason…

Told through the lens of three snapshots in time that are connected by a ‘soul’s’ journey to reunite with past loves, experience the loves and loss of three extraordinary people and their journey’s in life.

K Lewis Adair’s astounding fiction debut, The Windmill, focuses on three people against a stunning historical backdrop. Both spiritual and historical, it is ideal for readers looking for an emotionally- immersive read. Matador Publishing 2020.


‘I was captivated by it...It’s like no other book I’ve ever read and I have been taken on one eye opening journey!’

By Laura from Lost in a Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

‘Connections abound in this beautifully written book of different time periods, depicting different lives interconnected by so many links...‘This is a story which is an easy read and an intriguing concept, that somehow manages to bring in so many elements.’

By Joules Barham, Northern Reader.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The Windmill is available through Matador Publishing.

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The Windmill

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