Top positive review
Perfectly paced, high quality novel
on 12 March 2017
The third in this so far excellent series. A year has passed since Harriets' tragic loss in book 2. She needs to start living again and when Crowthers' past comes back to haunt him she has an excuse for a trip away from home.
Some of the other reviewers found this book slow. I can honestly say that I did not, The story is meticulously crafted and the atmosphere feels very authentic which is what I like in any historical book. The author plays with a touch of the paranormal but includes enough evidence for us to come to a more prosaic explanation, coincidence and possibly schizophrenia for example. I enjoyed this book very much and I will be buying the next one.