Today's Kindle feature takes a quick browse at an interesting recent release titled The Winged Wheel Grave of Llandudno
Written by Roger N Blore this the biography of Beatrice Blore Browne sets out to tell the whole story behind this remarkable grave stone
As the author says
'Her grave stone set on the windy top of the Great Orme at Llandudno has attracted much attention over the years, the "winged wheel" is spectacular and the inscription " She feared naught but God" invites speculation as to who Beatrice was and how she came to have such an impressive memorial
Only £2.40 for the Kindle Version, and with all profits from the book going to Breast Cancer UK then it may be a likely candidate for your next Sunday afternoon reading
The Kindle Edition has 59 pages
Born in the industrial town of Middlesbrough to a family of pottery workers, she was the first woman to drive a motor car to the summit of the Great Orme in Llandudno a holiday resort in North Wales. For a woman in the years immediately prior to the First World War this was an unusual feat which challenged some of the stereotypes of women prevalent in that period.
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