The Girl at the End of the Road
By K. A. Hitchins

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Girl at the End of the Road

Vincent’s world has imploded. Only by confronting the past will he discover his future.

High-flying financier Vincent Stevens has lost everything in the economic crash – smart London flat, trophy girlfriend, champagne lifestyle – and is forced to return to the village of his birth. Dogged by family obligations and unsettling childhood memories, he wants his extravagant life in the City back at any cost. But then he meets Sarah, the enigmatic girl whose friendship will throw everything he values into question. A shocking discovery forces him to make the biggest decision of his life. Will he return to a world defined by winners and losers, or will he choose love?


‘This is a wonderful first book from K A Hitchins – touching, poignant, inspiring and beautifully written. I was captivated from the start and raced to the denouement, knowing I’d need to read it again to appreciate fully its many nuances and challenges. Like Vincent, the author’s sympathetic yet shallow narrator, I don t think I’ll ever see life in quite the same way again, thanks to the extraordinary Sarah Penny, one of the most memorable and unlikely heroines ever created.’

Michele Guinness, author of Archbishop

‘K A Hitchins has crafted a touching and insightful love story that will warm any heart. I can’t wait to see the movie!’

Sean Paul Murphy, award-winning screenwriter, The Encounter, Sarah’s Choice

‘A compelling read.’

Editor’s Desk, Authonomy

About the Author

K. A. Hitchins studied English, Religious Studies and Philosophy at Lancaster University, graduating with a BA (Hons) First Class in English, later obtaining a Masters in Postmodern Literatures in English from Birkbeck College, London. K. A. Hitchins is married with two children.