As usual another great story Very emotional with a great deal of research, Anna Jacobs knows her history I felt as though there was still room to develop this story into another Staleys s novel, which I would definitely buy. The Enthralling Saga From The Author OfA Pennyworth Of Sunshine And Down Weavers Lane Calico Road Runs Through A Tiny Lancashire Hamlet Up On The Edge Of The Moors, Miles From Anywhere Its Folk Are An Independent Breed And In They Are A Thorn In The Side Of The Vicious Mill Owner In The Valley Below Toby Fletcher S Father Ignored His Bastard Son While Alive Now Toby Is The New Owner Of The Rambling Old Inn, An Unwitting Keeper Of Its Secrets Then Meg Staley Comes To Calico A Woman Who Was Strong Enough To Survive One Tragedy But Found It Harder To Withstand A Second Blow Toby Finds Her Wandering The Moors, Cold And Starving, And Brings Her Back To The Inn Working There, Meg Starts To Rebuild Her Life And Find A Fragile Happiness But Then The Secrets Of Calico Road Come Crashing Down On Her And Those She Has Grown To Love I am completely hooked by Anna Jacob s books Often reading we ll into the small hours because I cannot put them down You really feel that you are part of the story, watching as it happens Now, what book next This is one of the best books Ive ever read I enjoyed it so much I am reading it again and have also bought my daughter a copy.This book draws you into the story in such a way that you really feel you are living the experience and never want to leave the old place on top of the moors.The characters are so real you begin to feel as if you know them as are the areas they live in.Unforgettable. I loved this book and her other one Down Weavers Lane, I didn t want to put them down I ve now read 7 of Anna Jacobs books and enjoyed everyone. A brilliant book ,loved it Wow I ve been reading books for so long ,but can t believe I ve stumbled on this auther,her books take me into a different world I can t put them down.and stay awake all night reading.five stars all the way.CAlico road was amazing. It was nice reading Megs story An enjoyable book Not a page turner or a story I had to keep reading regardless of what I had to do, but it was good and a typical Anna Jacobs book Worth reading.