As a child Jude suffered a recurrent nightmare; now her six-year-old niece is having the same dream. A successful auctioneer, Jude is asked to value a collection items belonging to Anthony Wickham, a lonely 18th century astronomer, and she leaps at the chance to escape to the untamed beauty of Norfolk. With the help of Euan, a local naturalist, Jude begins to untangle Wickham's tragic story, but she discovers threatening links to the present.
©2010 Rachel Hore (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd
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"A Labyrinth of Intrige"
I certainly would. It was not only a great story but also it's awoken an interest in stargazing!
I have never read a book similar to compare.
She was excellent. She made the characters come to life.
This book and all the other Rachel Hore books I have read are all written to a very high standard with great stories.
"gripping and exciting"
captivating and exciting mystery
Tess Gerristen - the bone garden. The twists and turns unfolding in similar ways without being too obvious and each new secret told, leads to more questions.
Not yet but intend to
all of it
Jilly Bond brought the cleverness of the book to life, she made each individual character believeable and distinctive, you could hear the expressions on her face as she narrated.
First time I read this author and really enjoyed the story. It was quite intriging, well written and well narrated. I found it difficult to put down and will certainly look for other books by Rachel Hore. Can highly recommend!
"A good read"
An amazing complex thoroughly enjoyable story. It twists and turns and keeps you hanging on your seats right till the end. The characters leap out at yo believable and well writing. I want to hear it again.
"Great story beautifully crafted."
Really enjoyed this book Lovely storyline with a magical twist. Great writer and beautifully read. I loved every minute of it.
"Enjoyed very much"
This is the 1st of Rachel Hores books that I've read (in this case heard) and I will definitely look for others, an intriguing story that I thoroughly enjoyed
Lots of things going on, keeps you interested
No one person
I have listened to Jennie Bond before, but her Norfolk accent on the grandmother sounded more devon/cornish to me
"Dull dull dull"
This novel has all the right ingredients but somehow they end up producing a naff, overblown, chick-lit mystery which is so full of coincidences even Dickens would have baulked at the amount.
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