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Paperback 464 Pages / Published: 22/09/2016
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The stunning new novel from the bestselliing Richard and Judy Book Club author.
Bellevue Gardens is a tranquil London square, tucked away behind a busy street. You might pass it without knowing it's there
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Here, through the imposing front door of Number 11, is a place of peace, of sanctuary and of secrets. It is home to Leonie; once a model in the sixties, she came to the house to escape a destructive marriage and now, out of gratitude, she opens her house to others in need.
Rosa, Stef and Rick are running from their own problems. They have all found their way to Leonie's home, each seeking refuge and searching for a new start.
But then Leonie discovers that the house which has provided sanctuary for so many is under threat. Can she rescue the place that saved her all those years ago...?
Turn the key to enter Rachel Hore's most compelling novel yet...

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
ISBN: 9781471130793
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 324 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
`Compelling, engrossing and moving; a perfect holiday indulgence' -- Santa Montefiore on The Silent Tide
`A tour de force. Rachel's Paris is rich, romantic, exotic and mysterious' -- Judy Finnigan on A Week in Paris
`Engrossing and romantic, it's a wonderful story of family secrets and the choices women make' -- Jane Thynne on The Silent Tide
`With a serious eye for exquisite detail, Hore's latest, brilliantly crafted novel aptly follows a photographer, Lucy. She takes a journey to capture past, life-changing family secrets, embracing three generations along the way, across Cornwall, London East Anglia and Occupied France' * Mirror on A Gathering Storm *
`A fascinating, hugely readable book . . . Rachel Hore's research and her mastery of the subject is deeply impressive' -- Judy Finnigan on A Place of Secrets
`Another of this year's top offerings' * Daily Mail on The Glass Painter's Daughter *
`Pitched perfectly for a holiday read' * Guardian on The Memory Garden *
`A caring, compelling tale of 21st century life from a perceptive writer' * Lancashire Evening Post on The House on Bellevue Gardens *

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Penelope Bullock at Lancaster

“Not this author's finest work”

A new book by Rachel Hore is something I always greet with delight, however, whilst this is a sweet story it is little unsatisfying and lacking in any of the atmosphere and mystery present in the author's... More

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