The Thirteenth Tale (Paperback)Diane Setterfield (author)
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Now a major BBC film, directed by Oscar-winner Christopher Hampton (Atonement and Dangerous Liaisons), starring Vanessa Redgrave and Olivia Colman.
Angelfield House stands abandoned and forgotten. It was once home to the March family - fascinating, manipulative Isabelle, brutal, dangerous Charlie, and the wild, untamed twins, Emmeline and Adeline. But Angelfield House hides a chilling secret which strikes at the very heart of each of them, tearing their lives apart...
Now Margaret Lea is investigating Angelfield's past - and the mystery of the March family starts to unravel. What has Angelfield been hiding? What is its connection with the enigmatic writer Vida Winter? And what is the secret that strikes at the heart of Margaret's own, troubled life?
As Margaret digs deeper, two parallel stories unfold, and the tale she uncovers sheds a disturbing light on her own life...
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 201 x 137 x 29 mm
'A fireside mystery with all the grisly trimmings' - Catherine Shoard, The Evening Standard
'This surprise bestseller is an enjoyably windswept story of incest, unnatural love and northern nastiness' - Emma Hagestadt, Independent
'...highly accomplished...intriguing twists galore' - Katie Owen, The Daily Telegraph
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