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George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library M NEVILLE 34510011197579 New Books Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781616957414
  • ISBN: 1616957417
  • Physical Description: 296 pages : 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Soho Crime, [2021]

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"Sara Keane's husband, Damien, has uprooted them ... Read More
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  • Baker & Taylor
    "Sara Keane's husband, Damien, has uprooted them from England and moved them to his native Northern Ireland for a "fresh start" in the wake of her nervous breakdown. Sara, who knows no one in Northern Ireland, is jobless, carless, friendless--all but a prisoner in her own house. When a blood-soaked old woman beats on the door, insisting the house is hers before being bundled back to her care facility, Sara begins to understand the house has a terrible history her husband never intended for her to discover. As the two women form a bond over their shared traumas, Sara finds the strength to stand up to her abuser, and Mary--silent for six decades--is finally ready to tell her story . . . Through the counterpoint voices--one modern Englishwoman, one NorthernIrish farmgirl speaking from half a century earlier--Stuart Neville offers a chilling and gorgeous portrait of violence and resilience in this truly haunting narrative"--
  • Baker & Taylor
    In the wake of her nervous breakdown, Sara Keane’s husband moves them to his native Northern Ireland for a fresh start where she soon discovers that their house has a terrible history her abusive husband never intended for her to discover.
  • Random House, Inc.
    <b>For fans of Gillian Flynn and Tana French, a chilling story of a Northern Irish murder sixty years buried</b><br>&#160;<br>Sara Keane&rsquo;s husband, Damien, has uprooted them from England and moved them to his native Northern Ireland for a &ldquo;fresh start&rdquo; in the wake of her nervous breakdown. Sara, who knows no one in Northern Ireland, is jobless, carless, friendless&mdash;all but a prisoner in her own house. When a blood-soaked old woman beats on the door, insisting the house is hers before being bundled back to her care facility, Sara begins to understand the house has a terrible history her husband never intended for her to discover. As the two women form a bond over their shared traumas, Sara finds the strength to stand up to her abuser, and Mary&mdash;silent for six decades&mdash;is finally ready to tell her story . . . <br><br> Through the counterpoint voices&mdash;one modern Englishwoman, one Northern Irish farmgirl speaking from half a century earlier&mdash;Stuart Neville offers a chilling and gorgeous portrait of violence and resilience in this truly haunting narrative.
Subject: Man-woman relationships > Fiction
Moving, Household > Fiction
Houses > Fiction.
Genre: Detective and mystery fiction

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