Vanishing of Audrey Wilde
From the present day...Applecote Manor captivates Jessie with dreams of hazy summers in the Cotswolds, the perfect place to bring up her children. But the house has an unsettling history and strange rumours surround the estate...to the fifties...When teenage Margot and her three sisters arrive at Applecote during the heatwave of '59, they find their aunt and uncle still reeling from the disappearance of their daughter, Audrey, five years before. Drawn into the life Audrey left behind and the mystery of her vanishing, the stifling summer takes a shocking, deadly turn. The bonds of sisterhood will be tested and an unthinkable choice will have a decades-long legacy...Step back in time for a mystery of breathtaking suspense - perfect for fans of Kate Morton. 'A haunting mystery about the secrets of the past, the bonds within families, and the hidden ties that connect people across time. A story to be savoured, The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde is a book I'll be recommending to everyone I know' - Megan Miranda, author of All the Missing Girls
A haunting mystery about the secrets of the past, the bonds within families, and the hidden ties that connect people across time. A story to be savored, The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde is a book I'll be recommending to everyone I know. Megan Miranda, author of All the Missing Girls Praise for Black Rabbit Hall - Beautifully, poetically written and reminiscent of everything from I Capture The Castle to Hansel And Gretel. Eve Chase is a name to watch Daily Mail Black Rabbit Hall's beautifully crafted mystery is a delight I want to experience again and again ... make Chase's debut the one to pack in your suitcase ***** Stylist Atmospheric, with echoes of Du Maurier, this haunting novel enchanted me -- Fanny Blake Woman & Home There's something about tales of mysterious old buildings that have the ability to set hairs on end. In this one, two intertwining stories explore the magnificence of Black Rabbit Hall and the dark secrets behind its walls. Perfect sunlounger fodder Red Online Black Rabbit Hall pulls you like a sleepwalker into a beautiful, hazy story about a grand Cornish home full of character and thunderclap memories, we found ourselves breathless with anticipation. Eve Chase's debut novel is like a prolonged and beautiful daydream, celebrating the enduring power of place in our lives iBooks Books of the Month A cracking pool-side saga Good Housekeeping Black Rabbit Hall is a seductive wonder of a novel; with echoes of Daphne Du Maurier and Dodie Smith, it pulls you irresistibly into its world where nothing is quite as it first appears Elizabeth Fremantle Black Rabbit Hall completely swept me away. Glorious, beautifully written. I absolutely loved it Lisa Jewell Expertly crafted, dark, beautiful and utterly enthralling Rowan Coleman A deliciously intriguing novel whose rich sense of time and place bear more than a few echoes of du Maurier's best Alex Marwood, Edgar Award-winning author of The Wicked Girls A stunning new writer has arrived - gripping and heart rending, this novel is full of original characters which don't let you forget them Katie Fforde Family secrets, forbidden lust, and a family of four extraordinary children who'll stick with you long after they've scattered off the page. Eve Chase kept me up with her gorgeous descriptions of a crumbling Cornwall estate and the unruly brood who meets tragedy within its walls Miranda Beverly-Whittemore, New York Times bestselling author of Bittersweet
Eve Chase is married with three children and lives in Oxford.