The Ivy Tree

The Ivy Tree

Book - 2011
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Mary Grey had come from Canada to the land of her forebears: Northumberland. As she savored the ordered, spare beauty of England's northern fells, the silence was shattered by the shout of a single name: "Annabel!" And there stood one of the angriest, most threatening young men Mary had ever seen. His name was Connor Winslow, and Mary quickly discovered that he thought she was his cousin-a girl supposedly dead these past eight years. Alive, she would be heiress to an inheritance Connor was determined to have for himself.
Publisher: London : Hodder, 2011, c1961
Description: 456, 14 p. ; 20 cm
ISBN: 9781444720464
Branch Call Number: Stew


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Dec 01, 2016

This is the first novel I have read by Mary Stewart, but it most certainly will not be my last. Full of suspense and beautifully described scenery, I found The Ivy Tree to be exactly what I was looking for in a romantic suspense novel. It was recommended to me because of my interest in Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier; and, while it contains the same feeling of tragic love and dark suspense, Stewart's style is less gothic and more "wrapped up". A thoroughly enjoying read and hard to put down.

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