When Emily commissions an account of novelist Hugh Morton, she finds herself steering a path between Morton's widow who's determined to protect his secrets and the charming and ambitious Joel Richards. But someone is sending Emily messages about Hugh Morton's past and she discovers a buried story that has to be told.
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Rachel Hore worked in London publishing for many years before moving with her family to Norwich, where she teaches publishing and creative writing at the University of East Anglia. She is married to the writer D. J. Taylor and they have three sons. Her previous novels are The Dream House, The Memory Garden, The Glass Painter's Daughter, which was shortlisted for the 2010 Romantic Novel of the Year award, A Place of Secrets, which was picked by Richard and Judy for their book club, A Gathering Storm, which was shortlisted for the RONA Historical Novel of the Year 2012 and the latest bestseller, The Silent Tide.Review:
`Pitched perfectly for a holiday read' * Guardian on The Memory Garden * `Another of this year's top offerings' * Daily Mail on The Glass Painter's Daughter * `A fascinating, hugely readable book . . . Rachel Hore's research and her mastery of the subject is deeply impressive' -- Judy Finnigan on A Place of Secrets `With a serious eye for exquisite detail, Hore's latest, brilliantly crafted novel aptly follows a photographer, Lucy. She takes a journey to capture past, life-changing family secrets, embracing three generations along the way, across Cornwall, London East Anglia and Occupied France' * Mirror on A Gathering Storm * `Engrossing and romantic, it's a wonderful story of family secrets and the choices women make' -- Jane Thynne on The Silent Tide `A tour de force. Rachel's Paris is rich, romantic, exotic and mysterious' -- Judy Finnigan on A Week in Paris `Compelling, engrossing and moving; a perfect holiday indulgence' -- Santa Montefiore on The Silent Tide
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Descripción Simon & Schuster Ltd, 2013. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110857209744