Autor Patricia Barnes
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 5 feb 2009
Neglected by her mother, and forgotten by her father. Savannah's grandparents took her to live at Peaceful View - a seventeen century colonial house, built by her English/ Scottish great-grandfather. The juxtaposition of Savannah's upbringing, and the loss she felt when her dearest aunt Victoria died; traumatised her. By the time Savannah was five years old, she had turned to drink. Experienced death, torture, sibling rivalry and strict family discipline. This led to her behaving in ways her family neither understood nor accepted. Considered abnormal - she was branded the devil's child! The story begins with Savannah's return to the island of her birth after twenty-one years in England. When Savannah reaches her ancestral home, she is met by billowing black smoke. The seventeen century ancestral home she had inherited, had been burnt to a pile of smouldering ashes. Then from the smoke, the frightening figure of a man appeared. As if that weren't enough, she discovered that the uncle who had abused her as a child, has threatened to kill her. As she struggles to come to terms with the issues that have plagued her life. Savannah is forced to confess a gruesome childhood secret. As one nightmare after another unfolds; Savannah embarked on the journey of her life. The events that follows, forces Savannah to face the appalling secrets of her past. Feel her resilience and strength of courage. Sense her emotions and feel her fear. Follow as her steely determination lead to one jeopardous circumstance after another. As the tension mounts and she wrestled with high drama, Savannah met the handsome lawyer Robin Pitter. But disaster waited. One stormy night, the shadows from her past closed in; with devastating consequence.
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ISBN-13: 9781438943633
ISBN-10: 1438943636
Pagini: 196
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 x 11 mm
Greutate: 0.3 kg
Editura: Authorhouse UK