However, the murders still show characteristic Norah Lofts elements.
It follows the daughters and their unhappy marriages and young George, who seems to lack the responsibility or desire to run the farm. However, the murders still show characteristic Norah Lofts elements. Most of her historical novels fall into two general categories: biographical novels about queens, among them Anne Boleyn, Isabella of Castile, and Catherine of Aragon; and novels set in East Anglia centered around the fictitious town of Baildon (patterned largely on Bury St. Edmunds).
In the first book Lofts is. as usual, very aware of the dark side of life; the mundane strands of the plot involve a. . as usual, very aware of the dark side of life; the mundane strands of the plot involve a significant amount of tragedy and human folly with ruinous consequences. But there's more of a balance there between these aspects and more upbeat ones.
Gad's Hall and the haunting of Gad's Hall. For Jill and Bob Spender and their three children, the charming Tudor farmhouse had seemed a godsend, an incredible bargain, almost a gift from its owner-a kindly man who merely wanted someone to protect the family homestead, to make Gad’s Hall come alive again. And it did. But a door had been opened into the past.
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No one at Gad's Hall could admit what they knew about the room in the attic. The locked room that held the Thorley family's most shameful secret. Download books offline, listen to several books continuously, choose stories for your kids, or try out a book that you didn't thought you would like to listen to. The best book experience you'd ever had.
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