A Dark Dividing

A Dark Dividing

Book - 2005
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Publisher: London ; New York : Pocket Books, 2005, c2004
ISBN: 9780743450904
Branch Call Number: FIC Rayn
Characteristics: 567 p. ; 18 cm


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Dec 08, 2017

Enjoyable and spooky. I like the technique authors use where they introduce separate stories with different characters, times and places and somehow weave them together by the end. I like how one character was revealed through her diary.

sjmitra Sep 27, 2011

Three storylines that merge at the end. A couple of points when the development is a little convenient and contrived but overall good read. The major characters are interesting. The period details are excellent. Atmospheric.


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Oct 28, 2017

Journalist Harry Fitzglen is less than thrilled to write up the opening of some glittering new art gallery. But the boredom falls away when he meets Simone Anderson, whose oddly compelling photographs are on display. Harry loves a girl with a past, and Simone's is a doozy: What exactly happened to her long-disappeared twin sister? And what is her connection to another pair of twins, born nearly 100 years ago? Every question points to the Welsh border and a ruined mansion called Mortmain House. As Harry delves into Mortmain's grim history, he finds himself drawn into a set of interlocking mysteries, each more curious - and disturbing - than the last.


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