The House on Tremawney Hill

The House on Tremawney Hill A very short book, sadly another pathetic heroine What is it about these women who blame all their misfortunes on their husbands We are in the 21stCentury Lorna is recently widowed, her late husband seems to have been very controlling and dies suddenly leaving her with very little money, she moves to Cornwall where she becomes involved in solving a mystery, it was quite a short book, I was surprised when it ended as I thought there would be acomplex plot, sadly not. Vivid descriptions of Cornwall The ending wrapped up a bit too quickly and neatly. Recently And Unexpectedly Widowed, Lorna Gray Is Struggling To Pick Up The Pieces And Start Again, And Drives On A Whim To Rural CornwallAs If Having To Stand On Her Own Two Feet After Years In A Controlling Marriage And In An Unfamiliar Place Where She Knows No One Isn T Daunting Enough, Lorna Is About To Find Herself Stumbling Into A Twenty Year Old Mystery

Beverley Carter was born in Hertford, England After a few years working as a secretary and office manager, she retrained to work in health and safety The insights into human behaviour she gained, particularly whilst investigating accidents, have proved invaluable for creating believable characters, gripping plots and complicated motives.A believer in lifelong learning, Beverley enrolled herself

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  • 82 pages
  • The House on Tremawney Hill
  • Beverley Carter
  • English
  • 09 April 2018

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