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Amanda Geard

The Moon Gate

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ISBN: 9781472283771
Author : Amanda Geard
Published: 2024
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing
Number of pages: 512
Language: English
Format: Paperback
A faded photograph. An abandoned house. A wartime secret . . .

From the author of the Richard and Judy Book Club pick The Midnight House, a mesmerising story of love, war, and a mystery that ensnares three generations, sweeping the reader from London to Tasmania and to Ireland. Perfect for fans of Kate Morton, Lucinda Riley and Eve Chase.

'A rich, sweeping mystery . . . beautifully written, atmospheric and intriguing'
 Tracy Rees, author of The Elopement

'Magnificent! Cleverly woven plots, storylines and heartbreak . . . I loved it' Lorna Cook, bestselling author of The Forgotten Village

'A richly layered atmospheric story that transports the reader . . . I was drawn in from the first pageJacquie Bloese, author of The French House

'Divine . . . I relished every single word of this heart-rending story, full of love and sacrifice' Jenny Ashcroft, bestselling author of Beneath a Burning Sky


1939: On the eve of war, young English heiress Grace Grey travels from London to the wilderness of Tasmania. Coaxed out of her shell by the attentions of her Irish neighbour, Daniel - Grace finally learns to live. But when Australian forces are called to the frontline, and Daniel with them, he leaves behind a devastating secret which will forever bind them together.

1975: Artist Willow Hawkins, and her new husband, Ben, can't believe their luck when an anonymous benefactor leaves them a house on the remote Tasmanian coast. Confused and delighted, they set out to unmask Towerhurst's previous owner - unwittingly altering the course of their lives.

2004: Libby Andrews has always been sheltered from the truth behind her father Ben's death. When she travels to London and discovers a faded photograph, a long-buried memory is unlocked, and she begins to follow an investigation that Ben could never complete. But will she realise that some secrets are best left buried . . .?

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