The Moon Gate | Paperback | By Amanda Geard

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  • The Moon Gate
  • Pages: 512
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Amanda Geard
  • Publisher: Headline Review
  • Publication date: 1 June 2023
  • Category: Historical & Contemporary Fiction
  • Size: 23.2 x 15.4 x 4cm
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The Moon Gate by Amanda Geard 


A wartime secret. An abandoned house. How long can she run from the past?

A mesmerising story of love, war, and a mystery that ensnares three generations, moving between Tasmania, London, and Kerry in 1939, 1975 and 2004. Perfect for fans of Natasha Lester, Kate Morton, and Lucinda Riley.

1939: On the eve of war, young English heiress Grace Grey and her companion, the strikingly beautiful - yet impossibly distant - Rose Munro, must travel to the far side of the world to stay with Grace's eccentric uncle. Coaxed out of her shell by the extreme wilderness of Tasmania - and helped by the attentions of her Irish neighbour, Daniel McGillycuddy - Grace finally learns to live. But when Daniel is called to the war in the Pacific, he unwittingly leaves behind a terrible secret which will forever bind them together.

1975: When an anonymous benefactor leaves artist Willow Hawkins a house on Tasmania's remote and treacherous west coast, she and her new husband, Ben, can't believe their luck. Confused and delighted, they set out to unravel the identity of Towerhurst's previous owner and in doing so uncover a mystery that will alter the course of their lives.

2004: Libby Andrews is living in the shadow of her mother's grief. Willow has sheltered Libby from the truth behind her father's death for her whole life. But, when she discovers a faded photograph of a house emblazoned with the name 'Towerhurst', it unlocks a long-buried memory. As Libby follows in the footsteps of the investigation her father could never complete, she realises that some secrets are best left buried . . .


'Magnificent! Cleverly woven plots, storylines and heartbreak . . . I loved it' LORNA COOK

'Divine. I relished every single word of this heartrending story, full of love and sacrifice' JENNY ASHCROFT

'A rich, sweeping mystery . . . beautifully written, atmospheric and intriguing' TRACY REES

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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