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Tyringham Park

Rosemary McLoughlin

Tyringham Park - home of wealth, privilege and tragedy.

It is 1917 and Charlotte Blackshaw is only eight years old when her little sister Victoria vanishes from the magnificent country estate of Tyringham Park. With no stone left unturned in the feverish search for Victoria, the deceit and jealousy hiding just beneath the surface of this grand house is exposed.

As Charlotte grows older, she believes that her mother and others wish that it was she who'd disappeared, not pretty, enchanting Victoria. Terrorised by her nanny, she becomes intent on escaping the confines of the estate that she once loved.

But Tyringham Park and its mysteries will never release their hold on her . . .

Born in Australia, Rosemary McLoughlin has lived in Ireland for forty years. This is her first novel.

Division
Penguin
Publication date
14/02/2013
Category
  • Fiction
Format TPS
198 x 129mm
Extent
528
US
Simon & Schuster Inc (Atria)
Translation
Edwards Fuglewicz Literary Agency
Film
Edwards Fuglewicz Literary Agency
Serial
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Audio (Unabridged)
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