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Black Rabbit Hall

By: Eve Chase
Narrated by: Antonia Beamish
Length: 13 hrs and 20 mins
4.1 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

At Black Rabbit Hall, nothing much ever happens - time seems to move slower at this idyllic holiday home in Cornwall. Until the worst thing happens, and for the Alton children time feels like it's stopped altogether.

In the present day, Lorna Smith is searching for her perfect wedding venue and is inexplicably drawn to the now crumbling Black Rabbit Hall, unaware that her own history is locked up in those derelict walls....

©2015 Eve Chase (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd

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AN OLD HOUSE WITH A SECRET....

This is a great book! I enjoyed every minute - it has a dual storyline one present day and one past centering around a dilapidated old house, Black Rabbit Hall. There is tradgedy, romance, family secrets and more. Highly recommended for holiday reading!

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Not my cup of tea. However if you enjoy this type of storyline this may be a book for you. Narrator does a wonderful job and the story is quite good. It's just not my usual gender and a pole apart from crime.

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Truly awful.

The plot is thin & unsophisticated. The characters are all two-dimensional (a wicked stepmother - really?).