Take No Farewell by Robert GoddardTake No Farewell by Robert Goddard

Take No Farewell

byRobert Goddard

Paperback | September 5, 2011

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Geoffrey Staddon had never forgotten the house called Clouds Frome, his first important commission and the best thing he had ever done as an architect. Twelve years before the day in September 1923 when a paragraph in the newspaper made his blood run cold, he had turned his back on it for the last time, turned his back on the woman he loved, and who loved him. But when he read that Consuela Caswell had been charged with murder by poisoning he knew, with a certainty that defied the great divide of all those years, that she could not be guilty. As the remorse and shame of his own betrayal of her came flooding back, he knew too that he could not let matters rest. And when she sent her own daughter to him, pleading for help, he knew that he must return at last to Clouds Frome and to the dark secret that it held.
ROBERT GODDARD was born in Hampshire. He read History at Cambridge and worked as an educational administrator in Devon before becoming a full-time novelist. He is the author of many bestselling novels, including Into the Blue which won the first WH Smith Thumping Good Read Award and was dramatised for TV in 1997, starring John Thaw.
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Title:Take No FarewellFormat:PaperbackDimensions:576 pages, 7.76 × 5.08 × 1.42 inPublished:September 5, 2011Publisher:TransworldLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0552164526

ISBN - 13:9780552164528

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"Don't, I implore you, read the last pages first, for you'll spoil the book's best surprise if you do."
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