The Midnight House | Paperback | By Amanda Geard

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  • The Midnight House
  • Pages: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Amanda Geard
  • Publisher: Headline Review
  • Publication date: 16 February 2023
  • Category: Historical Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Family and Relationships
  • Size: 19.8 x 13 x 3.8cm
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The Midnight House by Amanda Geard


The spellbinding RICHARD AND JUDY BOOKCLUB PICK about a mysterious house and an old family secret . . .

People disappear. Secrets remain . . .

1940: In south-west Ireland, the young and beautiful Lady Charlotte Rathmore is pronounced dead after she mysteriously disappears by the lake of Blackwater Hall. In London, on the brink of the Blitz, Nancy Rathmore is grieving Charlotte's death when a letter arrives containing a secret that she is sworn to keep - one that will change her life for ever.

2019: Disgraced young journalist Ellie Fitzgerald flees Dublin for the safety of rural Kerry. When she discovers a faded letter, tucked inside the pages of an old book from Blackwater Hall, she finds herself drawn in by the mystery of Lady Charlotte's disappearance, and uncovers a long-buried secret...

Sweeping from the wilds of beautiful Ireland to wartime London, this is perfect for fans of Kate Morton, Eve Chase and Lucinda Riley. 


'Wonderful storytelling. I loved it' Rachel Hore

'A mystery spanning generations, evocative and beautifully written' Tracy Rees

'A mesmerising debut novel, lush and gorgeous, with a rich family tale to tell' Richard and Judy Book Club

About the Author

Born in Australia, Amanda Geard has lived all over the world, from a houseboat in London to a Norwegian Island, before settling in County Kerry in Ireland. Her writing has appeared in The Irish Times, The Journal,, Nordic Reach and Vertical Magazine. Her short story Not Yet Recycled won the New Irish Writing Award in October 2019.


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