Josephine Cox is a well-established author who was born in the city of Blackburn, Lancashire in the year 1991. She is a renowned author, whose books have been exceedingly successful especially in the United Kingdom. Cox was brought up in a family that consisted of ten siblings. At 16 years, Josephine Cox got married to Ken, her spouse. Cox and Ken were blessed with two sons. When the kids had begun attending kindergarten, Cox decided to go to college. Due to her outstanding credentials, Josephine Cox was admitted to Cambridge University. After completing her college education, Josephine Cox began working as a teacher, before eventually turning to writing. Cox published her first novel. Eventually, she left teaching so that she can become a full-time writer.
Order of Emma Grady Trilogy Series
Order of Josephine Cox Non-Fiction Books
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Order of Josephine Cox Standalone Novels
Order of The Journey Series
A majority of the books that Josephine Cox has written are about life experiences which are exceedingly common to many people. Cox has the ability to create a merger of stories that revolved around the newest tales and historical scenes as well. One of the most intriguing novels that Cox has ever penned down is Beachcomber. Beachcomber mainly revolves around various themes such as victory and misfortune. It also describes how two individuals who had been exceedingly lonely decided to travel during the summer holiday to West Bay so that they could reside in a specific village. The two individuals apparently are looking for tranquility and peace as well. Apart from being foreigners, the two individuals have distinguished backgrounds as well. One of the travelers is Tom Arnold, who has not only left his belongings behind but also a high paying job.
Tom Arnold had lost his entire family the previous year. Arnold’s entire family had perished in a car accident, and he happens to be the only survivor from the accident. Tom Arnold believes that the accident had been planned and the main suspect in the case was a driver. Ever since the day that the accident happened, Tom Arnold has never seen the driver again. As Tom Arnold was driving the vehicle, the suspected driver was pushing his vehicle from behind, thus causing the vehicle to fall against the edge of the cliff. The investigators had tried to track down the driver, but they were not successful. This exceedingly sorrowful scene is what makes Tom Arnold extremely miserable. Tom Arnold hopes to fly to London where he believes that he will find peace to his emotions.
The other significant character in the book is Kathy Wilson. Kathy has experienced a lot of loneliness and pain; however, she is still exceedingly optimistic about her life. After the painful separation from her spouse, she tries to overcome her pain by seeking comfort from other men. This is the main reason why Kathy Wilson came across Tom. Apart from the pain, Kathy Wilson is not in great terms with her mother.
Josephine Cox Awards
Josephine Cox is the recipient of the Superwoman Award.
Josephine Cox Books into Movies
None of the books by Josephine Cox have been adapted for a screenplay.
Best Josephine Cox Books
The Journey: This is one of the most notable books by Josephine Cox. This book is about highly fascinating events, which revolves around two families, the Davidson’s, and the Baker’s. It is not only emotional but also a highly inspirational story, which portrays the theme of love, forfeiture, and misfortune as well. There are three foreigners who have been chased from their area of residence. One of the foreigners is one Lucy, who is chased due to an unwanted pregnancy. Edward Trent is the other character who happens to be a highly experienced womanizer and the man who is responsible for Lucy’s pregnancy. Lucy eventually finds refuge in her friend’s house. She eventually gives birth to a child, whom he named Jamie. In Bridget’s house, business is conducted where the girls entertain male visitors. It is through the visits that Lucy meets up with Edward once again when he finally comes to visit them.
Edward not only wants the two to move in but also he wants the two to raise their son. However, one day when Lucy falls unconsciously, Edward tries to leave hurriedly with Lucy and the child. However, Lucy is rescued with one Burner Davidson. Davidson and his family take Lucy in together with her daughter. It does not take long before Davidson is relocated to the United States. Thus he is forced to leave Lucy behind. With that said, Josephine Cox is an excellent writer who has the ability to present a highly intriguing book.