Eloise Paperback – 28 Feb 2013
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Atmospheric, creepy and original, Judy has written a blinder of a first novel (Sun)
Exudes a deep and soulful sense of place. Romantic and rain-lashed, du Maurier's Cornwall haunts the pages of Eloise as powerfully as the spirit of the elusive heroine herself. A stirring and intriguing read (Louise Candlish)
Judy Finnigan's gripping début novel captures the mystery and menace of Cornwall in glorious gothic style (Liz Fenwick)
Highly readable, incredibly moving in parts, and with wonderful echoes of Daphne Du Maurier, Eloise had me turning pages late into the night (Dorothy Koomson)
A moving meditation on grief, family bonds, motherhood and female friendship (Sunday Express)
A haunting, pacy page-turner, with a real ghostly feel - a must read (Fabulous Magazine)
Impressive debut (Woman & Home)
A great first book from the Queen of the Book Club (Essentials)
A creepy ghost story . . . the real star of the book is Judy's beloved Cornwall - a wild beautiful backdrop to the tale that is almost a character in itself (Bella)
[Eloise] has a life of its own thanks to Finnigan's lack of pretension, light touch and obvious passion for the Cornish landscape, which is so lovingly described it's almost a character in its own right. A warm and promising debut (Daily Mail)
She was a daughter, a wife, a mother. She was my friend. But what secrets did Eloise take to her grave? Compulsively-readable and haunting, this is the debut novel from Book Club champion, Judy Finnigan.See all Product description
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on 3 December 2017
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Intriging book, very well written and enjoyed. Wonderful insight to the mystic of Cornwall and for anyone who has lost a child suddenly, I think this is a must and helps to make you understand the invisible thread between Mothers and Sons and the terrible conflict the mind sends you on..
on 9 July 2015
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Absolutely gripping story you cannot put the book down Judy Finnegaim is an excellent author
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loved this book, well done Judy, wonderful story, will read other material from her
Not my type of book. We are reading it for our book club. Were some of the characters meant to be annoying?Read more
The plot in the book is rather thin and slow moving. The characters annoyingly weak. It is easy to see that the author clearly loves Cornwall.Read more
I wanted to enjoy this book but I just couldn't get into it. The writing style was extremely poor and the characters two dimensional. The ending was predictable as well.Read more
Agreed. I think the author is trading on her T.V. role to inspire sales as the book left me totally uninspired, which is a shame as loving Cornwall I had high hopes for it!