Thorne Moore
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Thorne Moore

Thorne grew up in Luton, near London, but has lived in Pembrokeshire in West Wales for the last 35 years. She writes psychological crime, or domestic noir, with an historical twist, focusing on the cause and consequences of crimes rather than on the details of the crimes themselves. "A Time For Silence," set in Pembrokeshire, was published by Honno in 2012. It was followed by "Motherlove" and "The Unravelling," set partly in a fictional version of Luton. "Shadows, published by Endeavour in 2017, is set in an old house in Pembrokeshire, and is paired with "Long Shadows," which explained the history and mysteries of the same house from Medieval times to the late Victorian period.

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    • A Time for Silence

    • By: Thorne Moore
    • Narrated by: Emma Gregory
    • Length: 11 hrs and 14 mins
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    When Sarah, struggling to get over tragedy, stumbles across her grandparents' ruined farm, it feels as if the house has been waiting for her....

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    • Shadows

    • By: Thorne Moore
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    Kate Lawrence can sense the shadow of violent death. In her struggle to cope with her unwelcome gift, she has frozen people out of her life. Her marriage is on the rocks, her career in chaos. So she decides to start again, joining her cousin Sylvia and partner Michael in their mission....

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