Sunday, 2 November 2014

Indian Summer by Marcia Willett

Indian SummerIndian Summer by Marcia Willett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars



I love a book that is full of secrets and intrigue and just keeps you guessing on what it is that is going to be revealed.

This story is set around the lovely place of Devon, which if you ever visited the lovely countryside of Devon you can picture the characters there whilst the book plays out its story.

I can't say this is the best book I have read by this author Marcia Willett, it was a very slow burner, but it did quicken up pace halfway through.

That said, I still enjoyed it.

I would like to thank Random House UK, Transworld Publishers via Net Galley for allowing me to read and review this book.


'Sweeping powers of description transport her readers to another time and place' Rosanna Ley, author of bestselling THE VILLA and RETURN TO MANDALAY





Some memories can be forgotten . . . Others won’t ever go away. 





For renowned actor Sir Mungo, his quiet home village in Devon provides the perfect retreat. Close by are his brother and his wife, and the rural location makes his home the ideal getaway for his old friends in London.





Among those is Kit, who comes to stay for the summer, bringing with her a letter from her first and only love, Jake, and a heart in turmoil. Years have passed since they last saw each other, and now he has written to Kit asking to meet again.





As the summer unfolds, secrets are uncovered that will shatter the sleepy community, and even tear a family apart. But those involved soon realize that the only way to move forward might be to confront the past . . .





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