The Mulberry Tree

By George Mournehis

Romance, Literary fiction | eBook


Thirty-year-old fashion magazine editor, Marcus Lamb, is puzzled by the gift his grandfather has bequeathed him. But when his inheritance leads him to Butterfly Lane and to the charming but troubled Sophia; to Alex, his grandfather’s fiery Greek adversary, who covets Marcus’s inheritance; and to Benjamin, a shadowy recluse — the reason for his grandfather's gift becomes clear. A redemptive tale of blooming responsibility, of beauty in all its forms, of memory, and of love.



Although George Mournehis never intended his book to be read like a fable, his background as a Court Clerk for the Ministry of Justice does make one suspect. “In a courtroom setting,” he remarked, “I see both the dark and lighter side of human nature.” When George Mournehis tells of his experiences, The Mulberry Tree’s origins become much clearer: “I have maintained an allotment with my father – Costa – on Wolves Lane in Haringey for about fifteen years. I first started going there when I was recovering from illness. I found that being outdoors, close to the earth and to nature rehabilitative and grounding.” All this makes the story more forward thinking as we find the incorrigible man, Marcus, striving not for stuff of dreams but pursuing memory, love and beauty.


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Although George Mournehis never intended his book to be read like a fable, his background as a Court Clerk for the Ministry of Justice does make one suspect. “In a courtroom setting,” he remarked, “I see both the dark and lighter side of human nature.” When George Mournehis tells of his experiences, The Mulberry Tree’s origins become much clearer: “I have maintained an allotment with my father – C...


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