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Lighthouse Bay

Lighthouse Bay

1901: Isabella Winterbourne has suffered the worst loss a woman can know, and can no longer bear her husband nor his oppressive upper-class family. On a voyage between London and Sydney to accompany a priceless gift to the Australian parliament, Isabella is the sole survivor of a shipwreck off the sun-drenched Queensland coast. But in this strange new place, she finds she cannot escape her past quite as easily as she’d hoped.

2011: A woman returns from Paris to her beachside hometown to reconcile with her sister. But she, too, has a past that is hard to escape, and her sister is not in a mood to forgive her. Strange noises at night and activity at the abandoned lighthouse raise her curiosity, and she finds herself investigating a century-old town mystery.

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 21st November 2013

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781780877266

Reviews

'Enthralling and visionary' Thomas Reiter, Astronaut.
Thomas Reiter, Astronaut
'Full of excitement and danger. [A] complex and well-woven thriller [that] combines a thoughtful vision of the future with relics of the present and creates an atmosphere both alien and familiar' Library Journal.
Library Journal