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Secrets of the Tides

By Hannah Richell | Paperback | 4 Review(s)

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Every family has its secrets. Some are small, like telling a white lie or snooping through a private drawer. Others are more serious, like infidelity and betrayal. And some secrets are so terrible they must be hidden away in a deep, dark place, for if they ever came to light, they would surely tear... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
24 Apr 2012
Author(s)
Hannah Richell
Publisher
Hachette Australia
ISBN-13
9780733628542
Dimensions
154mm x 233mm x 31mm
Pages
432
Format
Paperback
Release Date
24 Apr 2012
Author(s)
Hannah Richell
Publisher
Hachette Australia
ISBN-13
9780733628542
Dimensions
154mm x 233mm x 31mm
Pages
432

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05 Jan 2013
By Claire Walkinshaw
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Secrets of the Tides

I have just read this book, couldn't put it down. Although the author chose to vary chapters between present day and history, there was continuity and easy reading. A spellbinding story which had a few surprise twists and turns, and even now I am left wondering what would eventuate in a sequel. Hannah Richell is a great writer, definitely recommend this one.

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05 Jan 2013
By Claire Walkinshaw
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11 Aug 2012
By Kathleen Emmerson
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Secrets Of The Tides

The Tides are a family torn apart by tragedy and distrust. The story follows the paths of the family members as they slowly put aside their hurts and reconcile with a semblence of tolerance and in some cases friendship. I really enjoyed this book and so have everyone I've lent it to.

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11 Aug 2012
By Kathleen Emmerson
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20 Jul 2012
By Kathleen Emmerson
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Secrets Of The Tides

I loved this book, traces the family history with all the scandals and tragedies that have affected family members over the years. Fast moving highly readable, sad funny but very real.

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20 Jul 2012
By Kathleen Emmerson
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