The Lady and the Lake

The Lady and the Lake Abbey Sinclair starts work as companion to Henrietta Kershaw at Kerslake Hall in Yorkshire She is charmed by the beauty of the house s setting and the kindly manner of Henrietta s son Antony Ke

  • Title: The Lady and the Lake
  • Author: Rosemary Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1890 Abbey Sinclair starts work as companion to Henrietta Kershaw at Kerslake Hall in Yorkshire She is charmed by the beauty of the house s setting, and the kindly manner of Henrietta s son, Antony Kershaw But just a few days after she arrives, tragedy strikes A young girl s body is pulled out of the lake It is the beautiful Gladys White, just 16 years old Abbey soon1890 Abbey Sinclair starts work as companion to Henrietta Kershaw at Kerslake Hall in Yorkshire She is charmed by the beauty of the house s setting, and the kindly manner of Henrietta s son, Antony Kershaw But just a few days after she arrives, tragedy strikes A young girl s body is pulled out of the lake It is the beautiful Gladys White, just 16 years old Abbey soon discovers that Antony s wife also met her tragic end in the very same lake It seems there are many dark secrets lurking at Kerslake Hall Who screams in the tower in the dead of night Whose footsteps can she hear on the stairs outside her door And when, one night, she is made prisoner in her own room, Abbey must find out who holds the key Attempting to answer these questions, Abbey is in danger of losing not only her heart , but her life too The Lady and the Lake is a gripping historical mystery from a master story teller A book that will keep you hooked until the last page Robert Foster, best selling author of The Lunar Code Rosemary Smith is the author of seven romantic suspense novels set in the Victorian period, including Where Love Takes You and A Stranger s Kiss She is a member of the Romantic Novelists Association and lives in Devon Originally published as The Brooding Lake Endeavour Press is the UK s leading independent publisher of digital books.

    One thought on “The Lady and the Lake”

    1. I really enjoyed reading this story, it was something light and easy going with an interesting storyline and not too many characters.

    2. This book was a lovely change from the blood thirsty stories i usually read, set in 1890 it is a genteel murder mystery, and i really enjoyed it.

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