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Eye of the Rushes

(4 customer reviews)


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Wordcatcher Publishing


FICTION / Historical / General




The Glasswater Quintet


9781912056750, 9781912056767, 9781912056774

4 reviews for Eye of the Rushes

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    Ada – Amazon

    A book to savour. I have read and greatly enjoyed the first three books in the quintet and have been eagerly awaiting this one. Like the others, it is beautifully crafted and stands well on its own. My first thoughts were how good the book feels physically; weighty and printed on good quality paper, but of course, the reading is the best part.
    The two intertwined tales are riveting and absorbing. The prose is as rich and as colourful as the visions experienced by the nineteenth-century maid and glimpsed in the modern-day parallel narrative. I used to live in the area where the novel is set, and was fascinated to find out more of its history woven into deeply satisfying stories that enhance each other though are separated in time.

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    miss jackie kay reynolds – Amazon

    A gripping page turner. An intriguing and exquisitely written murder mystery, using past and present time zones to construct a thrilling and explosive ending. Tenuous links to prior mysteries yet a good ‘stand alone’ book.

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    Annie Lewis – Amazon

    A thoroughly enjoyable read, once again! I thoroughly enjoyed this book, the fourth in the Glasswater Quintet but another great stand alone well researched story. I would recommend it to anyone who likes murder mysteries mingled with history, a bit of ‘other worldliness’ and beautiful rich prose. I love the way the book alternates between the present day – the making of a film to try to find the truth behind the mysterious and gruesome death of a policeman in the grounds of an old manor house over 100 years previously – to the time of the actual murder itself. Again the author has introduced us to really interesting characters, each with their own stories – some of whom see colours everywhere, and some who appear to see past inhabitants of the manor. Suffice to say this is a real page-turner which will not disappoint and I am very much looking forward to the final book in this Quintet – then I’ll probably read them all over again!

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    railnutter – Amazon

    An exciting and absorbing read. Beautifully written and constructed, mixing time zones in history and modern day. Threads connect with previous books in the series and tension builds to an exciting denouement.

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