Audrey, recently widowed, is not saying why she left her comfortable home in the south of England to move into an old school boarding house on the edge of a moor. Tina, a young estate agent, is concerned for Audrey’s safety as she believes the folklore about a schoolboy who never went home. Property developers, annoyed at losing a site ripe for demolition, make plans to encourage Audrey to sell. Malcolm, a charming widower, brings a welcome light into Audrey’s life until it shines into a very dark corner…
Bridge Of Eternity is available in ebook and paperback. You can purchase a copy of both using the link below.
This was an atmospheric and captivating story that I really didn’t want to end. It manages to be a wonderful love story and an unsettling ghost story rolled into one which combines to make a fantastic read!
I always love books set in old houses as you never know what will happen. This house has definitely seen some interesting things and some of the incidents described in the book made my hair stand on end. However the more I learnt about the history of the house the more I came to realise how beautiful and emotional this story is.
I thought this was a cleverly crafted book which was beautifully written. Some of the descriptions where wonderfully vivid and made me feel like I was there watching everything unfold. It’s clever plot took me on a journey of discovery alongside Audrey, while the twists kept me fully absorbed in the story. I found I really enjoyed this book and can’t believe it’s a debut novel for the author.
Huge thanks to Rachel from Rachel’s Random resources for inviting me onto the blog tour and for my copy of this book.
About The Author:
“I started my working life in the theatre and was very lucky to find myself on the West End stage in a hit play at the age of 16. My career and life nearly ended there as I was knocked down by a car on the way home one Saturday night. I recovered and went on to be quite a successful photographic model. Later, when that part of my career did die, I turned to writing and made quite a good living writing screenplays, making films, and writing advertising copy for a marketing company. A few years ago I entered a short-story competition and fell in love with prose and knew I had to tell my own story within a fictional framework. At the moment I am hiding behind a nom de plume.”