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The Peacock Summer

By Hannah Richell | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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Paperback
Release Date
26 Jun 2018
Author(s)
Hannah Richell
Publisher
Hachette Australia
ISBN-13
9780733640438
Dimensions
154mm x 234mm x 29mm
Pages
400
Format
Paperback
Release Date
26 Jun 2018
Author(s)
Hannah Richell
Publisher
Hachette Australia
ISBN-13
9780733640438
Dimensions
154mm x 234mm x 29mm
Pages
400

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18 Jul 2018

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Peacock Summer

It’s been a few years since Hannah’s last book – she was in full stride with two strong books on bestselling lists when personal tragedy struck. She’s back with a fabulous new mystery and I think it may be her best yet! Two summers, decades apart – two women whose lives are entwined... Maggie has returned to her childhood home to care for her ailing grandmother Lillian. Lillian is all Maggie has in her insecure world, with an AWOL mother and an unreliable father Albie who breezes in and out of her life. Lillian is Maggie’s dependable constant and so are the halls of Cloudesley, the Chiltern home she has been raised in - but, the walls of the manor house hide secrets and Lillian has paid dearly to keep her family secure. It is now a time for Maggie to confront uneasy truths and for Lillian to find personal peace. Lillian’s story of a summer in 1955 is woven into the modern day tale – with her step-son Albie and an injured sister to care for, Lillian’s choices are not hers to make until an artist is commissioned to work at her husband’s home and will change her life forever. Be sure to check out the fabulous, beautiful cover design of this book too!

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