The Winter Secret

November 2, 2020|
The Winter Secret by Lulu Taylor
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A compelling and gripping novel from Lulu Taylor, the bestselling author of Her Frozen Heart and The Snow Rose. My dear boy, the place is cursed. It always has been and it always will be. Buttercup Redmain has a life of pampered luxury, living in beautiful Charcombe Park. Her older husband, Charles Redmain, is wealthy and successful, and proud of the house he has painstakingly restored, once owned by a famous ancestor. Buttercup is surrounded by people who make her life delightfully easy. But the one thing she really wants seems impossible... There are other discomforting realities: her husband''s ex-wife Ingrid still lives nearby, although Buttercup has never met her. And it soon becomes clear that all the people who make Buttercup''s life so carefree are also watching her every move. Does she actually live in a comfortable but inescapable cage? And what is the real story of her husband''s previous marriage? In the late 1940s, Xenia Arkadyoff lived in Charcombe Park with her father, a Russian prince, and her famous film star mother. Life seemed charmed, full of glamour and beauty. But behind the glittering facade lay pain, betrayal, and the truth about the woman Xenia spent her life protecting. Now Charcombe Park is calling back people who were once part of its story, and the secrets that have stayed long hidden are bubbling inexorably to the surface...
Lulu Taylor moved around the world as a child before her family settled in the Oxfordshire countryside. She studied English at Oxford University and had a successful career in publishing before she became a writer. Her first novel, Heiresses, was published in 2007 and nominated for the RNA Readers'' Choice Award. It was followed by Mid...
Title:The Winter Secret
Product dimensions:544 pages, 7.9 X 5.11 X 1.3 in
Shipping dimensions:544 pages, 7.9 X 5.11 X 1.3 in
Published:November 2, 2020
Publisher:Pan Macmillan
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781509840731

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