One last dance One last dance
One last dance One last dance

Anglais One last dance (édition en anglais)

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For fans of Downton Abbey and MY LAST DUCHESS... 'Times change, and sometimes for the better...' As the twentieth century draws to a close, Esme Reddaway knows that she must uncover the truth. A truth that began during the First World War when Devlin Reddaway fell passionately in love with Esme's elder sister, Camilla, and promised to rebuild his ancestral home, Rosindell, for her. But the war changes everything and Devlin returns to England to find that Camilla is engaged to someone else. Angry and vengeful, he marries Esme, who has been secretly in love with him for years. Esme tries to win Devlin's heart by reviving the annual summer dance. But as the years pass she fears that Rosindell has a malign influence on those who live there, and the revelation of a shocking secret on the night of the dance at Rosindell tears her life apart. Decades later, it is she who must lay the ghosts of Rosindell to rest. Spanning the last century, Esme's story of sibling rivalry, heartbreak, betrayal and forgiveness is sure to appeal to fans of Kate Morton, Rachel Hore and Downton Abbey.

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  • Disponibilité


  • Nombre de pages

    505 Pages

  • Longueur

    24 cm

  • Largeur

    15 cm

  • Poids

    664 g

  • Distributeur


  • Support principal

    Grand format

Judith Lennox

Née à Salisbury, au sud de l'Angleterre, Judith Lennox a enseigné à l'université de Lancaster avant de devenir traductrice puis de se lancer dans l'écriture au début des années 1980. Elle est l'auteur, notamment, de "L'Enfant de l'ombre" (L'Archipel, 2008 ; Archipoche, 2010), finaliste du Romantic Novel of the year et "Des pas dans la nuit" (L'Archipel, 2009 ; Archipoche, 2011).