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Henri's Cellar

Henri's Cellar [Kindle Edition]

Amelie Rose
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Product Description

France 1943
A train heading for Berlin, is hijacked and a carriage load of its contents removed. History records a tragic loss of life and the destruction of a cache of priceless art.
France 2013
Business couple, Silvie and Tom Roth have lost everything and their previously successful business is in tatters. In an attempt to drag the pieces of their life back together, they purchase an abandoned cottage vineyard in France. But tragedy happens and Silvie is left to move in alone, widowed, and unexpectedly pregnant.
She is slowly re-building her life when an old diary from 1943 is found. The final entry has the potential to set a lethal chain of events in motion. Silvie’s previously quiet life has become a walking nightmare and when the secret of the old diary is finally revealed she knows she is in serious trouble.

About the Author

I have wanted to be a writer since I was 15, when my English teacher introduced me to a whole new world of language and literature. My first publishing experience was in the school year book and I was hooked. I have been writing ever since and have had many short stories published in a range of magazines plus, one year, while handling the advertising for a national newspaper, I convinced my editor to let me write for the paper as well. I I live with my husband in a pretty waterfront cottage on the outskirts of the beautiful east coast Village of Orewa.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 541 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Read 16 April 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Really loved this book by Amelie Rose. Well researched about treasures captured by Nazi Germany and a really lovely love story element too. Excellent read and bargain buy. Recommend to everybody.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A great holiday read. 4 July 2014
By Tarian Green - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I really enjoyed this book and the authors style of writing. When a colleague of Silvie and her husband steals all their money, events snowball out of control. Amelie Rose's characters are very realistic and I can imagine anybody reacting in that way on hearing such devastating news. The mystery of the farm house was a fascinating twist that took the story beyond the normal romance genre.
5.0 out of 5 stars A beautiful read 23 Jun 2014
By Jen S - Published on
I loved this book by Amelie Rose and it was the first of her books that I had read. She writes very evocatively and with an understated passion which is both tangible yet elusive. She was able to keep a balance between my empathy for her characters, yet a desire to become move involved with them and I admire that skill. The beauty and tragedy of France was captured and her ability to weave a mystery is undisputed. I am not a romance reader by nature but this has put that genre back into my focus.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read 8 Jun 2014
By Snakewoman - Published on
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I really got into the story. I liked the way she went from the war years to the present time. Stayed up half the night to finish it. bgvillemez
4.0 out of 5 stars History comes to the present 29 May 2014
By pswinn - Published on
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I enjoyed this sweet sentimental book although I felt it was a bit slow at the beginning. It took a while for the story to get going, but once it did I found the story very interesting and a good read. Silvie Roth is married and her husband and her have a business going. When colleagues steal their money they lose the business and then Silvie also loses her husband. In spite of this her dreams come true when she moves to a beautiful house and his helped by her husbands best friend Amis to regain her life. There is also a secret associated with the house that is what brings mystery and excitement to the book. I enjoyed the writing style and the romantic nature of the book, although I don't read much romance I found this novel had just the right touch of romance. Good job. I am looking forward to reading other novels by this author.
5.0 out of 5 stars A superb souffle: French setting, mystery and suspense 16 May 2014
By Reb MacRath - Published on
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Author Amelie Rose gets right into high gear when two engaging characters are swindled and nearly financially ruined. Help comes unexpectedly on a business trip to France. There Sylvie and her husband Tom are practically given an abandoned farmhouse that is the stuff of Sylvie's dreams. But who was their mysterious benefactor? Why was Sylvie chosen to own this particular house? And what exactly has the owner hidden in his cellar? You'll be grateful for the lack of further plot spoilers here. Just one reservation: here and there the style could have used some freshening. But the plot is so compelling, the characters are so nicely drawn, the mystery is so layered, that the novel deserves its five stars. This would make a wonderful film, I agree,
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