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  • The Well: A Novel | Catherine Chanter

    The Well: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 57 mins)
    • By Catherine Chanter
    • Narrated By Nicola Barber
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    From the winner of the Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize, a brilliantly haunting and suspenseful debut set in modern-day Britain where water is running out everywhere except at The Well - the farm of one seemingly ordinary family whose mysterious good fortune leads to suspicion, chaos, and ultimately a shocking act of violence.

    Najima Rainey says: "F this book!"
  • The Well | Catherine Chanter

    The Well

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By Catherine Chanter
    • Narrated By Juanita McMahon
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    One night is enough to swallow a lifetime of lives. When Ruth Ardingly and her family first drive up from London and view The Well, they are enchanted by a jewel of a place. But the locals suspect foul play in its verdant fields and drooping fruit trees, and Ruth becomes increasingly isolated as she struggles to explain why her land flourishes whilst her neighbours' produce withers and dies. Fearful of envious locals and suspicious of those who seem to be offering help, Ruth grows less and less sure whom she can trust.

    mgn says: "So many loose end! Such drivel!"
  • Die Quelle | Catherine Chanter

    Die Quelle

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Catherine Chanter
    • Narrated By Gabriele Blum
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    In England regnet es nicht mehr, eine Dürre überzieht das ganze Land. Nur auf dreißig Morgen im Westen der Insel fällt noch Regen. Ruth und Mark, denen "die Quelle", dieses noch fruchtbare Grundstück gehört, haben als Einzige Wasser und könnten sich glücklich schätzen. Doch das vermeintliche Paradies, in dem sie leben, wird zu ihrer ganz persönlichen Hölle. Als dort auch noch ihr Enkelkind ums Leben kommt, kann Ruth nicht einmal mehr sich selbst trauen.

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