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Black Rabbit Hall

by Eve Chase

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Black Rabbit Hall by Eve Chase
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2016, 384 pages
    Paperback:
    Jul 2017, 400 pages

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Becky Tolrud

A perfect read
A modern Gothic novel with characters you'll love and hate!
RobertaW

Good Gothic Read
I tend to love mysteries that involve old houses with some kind of secret history. Black Rabbit Hall is such a place. The story is woven between generations, the first being the Alton family in 1968 and present-day Lorna who is looking for a venue for her upcoming wedding. Life seems simple and good for the Alton family until tragedy strikes. The past and the present unfold until the stories collide at the end. The characters are believable and have interesting interior lives. I was kept guessing up to the end. If you are a fan of Kate Morton you will like this book.
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