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  • Title: The Hiding Places
  • Author: Katherine Webb
  • ISBN: 9781409148562
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Hardcover

  • What could be important than finding the truth Wiltshire, 1922 Fifteen year old Pudding Cartwright has begun the career she always wanted, as girl groom to the Hadleigh family s horses at Manor Farm Irene Hadleigh is struggling to adjust to her new life in sleepy Slaughterford, having married Alistair to escape a scandal in London At a loss to occupy herself, I What could be important than finding the truth Wiltshire, 1922 Fifteen year old Pudding Cartwright has begun the career she always wanted, as girl groom to the Hadleigh family s horses at Manor Farm Irene Hadleigh is struggling to adjust to her new life in sleepy Slaughterford, having married Alistair to escape a scandal in London At a loss to occupy herself, Irene sets about restyling Manor Farm, and during the work the chance finding of a strange object, hidden away in the house for years, will change everything When somebody close to both of them is murdered, Pudding and Irene are thrown together to seek out the identity of the killer in their midst, unaware of just how deep the roots of the crime lie During a hot, humid summer of grief, betrayal, and misapprehensions, they will uncover truths neither of them could ever have foreseen.
    Katherine Webb
    I was born in Kent in 1977 and grew up in rural Hampshire before reading History at Durham University History remains a passion, and I write character led mystery dramas, often with historical settings I love to explore the way past events can reverberate in the present, and I m fascinated by the vast grey areas in human morality and behaviour.My debut novel The Legacy was voted viewers choice for Best Summer Read on the Channel 4 TV Book Club in 2010, and was nominated for Best New Writer at the National Book Awards in the same year Subsequently, The Unseen , A Half Forgotten Song and The Misbegotten were all Sunday Times Top Ten bestsellers, and my books have been translated into 24 languages around the world.


    Commentaires:

    Gail
    Imagine it's a cold winter's day, you're curled up in your favourite comfortable chair in front of a wonderful roaring fire with a cup of hot steaming cocoa (or your favourite hot drink), there's frost on the trees outside but you're inside reading this huge but wonderful book. That's the only way I can describe it; it's utterly delicious in every way. It has one of the biggest twists I have ever read in a book and was absolutely jaw dropping. I didn't see it coming at all and I can't stop think [...]

    Anna
    I find this author very hit and miss, rating her books between 5 and 2 stars.As with all her books, The Hiding Places has a well crafted plot that should make for a great read, but as with too many of her tales, the plot is dragged down by way too much padding. There's reams of it - page after page after page of rambling descriptions and inner monologues, and minutely detailed backstories that had no relevance to anything that actually happened. Despite adoring a couple of the characters and won [...]

    Renita D'Silva
    LOVED this! Love Katherine Webb's beautiful books - great story, brilliant writing!

    Renita D'Silva
    LOVED this! Love Katherine Webb's beautiful books - great story, brilliant writing!

    Debbie hosie
    A secret buried so deep, only a liar could uncover itI had this book pre ordered from amazon in kindle format, i was that eager to read it i waited up until midnight so i could could start reading it straight away.I have read all of Katherine Webb’s book and loved them all but i do think this book is my favourite!Set in 1922 The story takes place in a small village in Slaughterford and revolves around the Cartwright family. The characters are well written and make you feel like you know them p [...]

    Renita D'Silva
    LOVED this! Love Katherine Webb's beautiful books - great story, brilliant writing!

    Louise Morris
    A dark and twisted tale! As always, Katherine Webb draws you in and spins a tale that keeps you on the edge of your seat! Can't wait for a new tale from her!

    Katrina Oliver
    Wow! What a read! I loved this book! The story kept me completely engaged from the beginning to the end. It was a real wrench to put the book down! The story begins in the village of Slaughterford, not long after the end of WW1. The villagers have all been affected in some way by the recent conflict, none more so than the local doctor's son, Donny, who has returned but with a severe head injury. Meanwhile the local squire, Alastair, has brought a new wife home to live in the Manor House with his [...]

    Zoe
    Brilliant evocative novel, got really lost in it, the characters are fantastically well drawn. Twists have been overdone, but the one in this book is stupendous. However, I'd advise against spoiling your reading by trying to anticipate it, just lose yourself in the story! I don't think the blurb does justice to this book at all, a frequent issue of mine, but particularly true here. In fact, it could be said to constitute a spoiler, though I only say that with the benefit of hindsight. Anyway, hu [...]

    Katherine Sunderland
    The Hiding Places is a delicious 400 page read which truly immerses you in a bygone world full of vivid characters and tangles you up into a gripping story of a violent death and a dark past. Essentially it has all the ingredients for a perfect read with which to treat and indulge yourself. I do like a story with appealing characters and a family full of secrets where the ramifications of all the lies have much more far reaching consequences than anyone can imagine.From the opening I knew I was [...]

    Shazza Jones
    I won this in a giveaway.I had read one of her books before,and loved it,this disapointed me at first but i was soon drawn into the oldly world of manors and farmhouses,and old mills.It took ages for us to find out `the plot`,the first few hundered pages were setting the scene,getting to know the characters etc,which was annoying at first-there was so much that really wasn`t needed,but once it got going,it turned out to be a wonderful,enthralling book,with a massive twist.The characters were cha [...]

    Alison Eden
    This blurb on the back cover billed this book as a murder mystery and it wasn't until after a hundred or so pages that the murder actually happened so, for me, there was too much background and lead up which I found quite boring in places and left me reading only a few pages at a time. however, once the murder had happened the plot got much more interesting and there was a definite upturn in pace. The twist at the end I really didn't see coming. I read the last 150 pages in one sitting. Overall [...]

    Sue Robinson
    I read this very carefully having been warned by a friend that the ending was a puzzle. I was glad of the warning. It would have been easy to miss an essential construct of the story if you skimmed it quickly. I prefer to be warned when two timelines are being written about, but here we are thrown straight in, and the two are intermingled willy-nilly. At the end I was tempted to go back through and check for anomalies and where the cross-overs happened, but this is not easy when reading on a Kob [...]

    Becca Reho
    I won this book in a giveaway and was really pleased to have done so. I have read one of her other books previously and recalled enjoying it at the time. This book did not disappoint. I don't read a lot of historical fiction particularly, but there is something incredibly engrossing about this story. I didn't want to put this book down! I am trying very hard not give away any spoilers, but I will say this: I don't know of another author who can leave me reeling quite so much from a plot twist. [...]

    Karen Keane
    I really enjoyed this book although it was a bit slow to get going but once it did it had me enthralled. The book was so well written and the characters all became real to me and I really cared about what happened to them. It is basically the story of 2 murders in a small community and how the past can influence the present. A very clever twist near the end left me gobsmacked, I didn't expect that at all.

    Tiffany Chevis
    The last 50 pages were the saving grace I found. It was a nice enough story, but I felt it rather plodded on until that twist. Then the final chapters flew by and I got the buzz of a good story I'd been waiting for. That said, the impact of such a twist may not have been felt so keenly had it not been for the more sedate preamble

    Louise
    I am a ridiculously huge fan girl of Katherine Webb and love her double timelines.This one was no exception and once I got over my initial confusion at the twist I totally understood who I thought I was reading about was actually completely not that everything fell into place perfectly.

    Louise
    I loved this book. A country setting, mystery, well drawn characters and a killer twist that I didn't see coming at all. The kind that makes you want to go back and reread parts to see if you could have picked it up earlier. Highly recommend.

    Chloe Macphail
    a lot if this book was just creating the village and characters. which was slow paced however the ending made up for it. as i wouldnt of tied so well together otherwise. the book was a bit to slow for my taste. however the writing was beautiful.

    Sue
    Took me a while to immerse myself in this book which I found strange because I have always loved Katherine Webb's books. However I'm so pleased I persevered as I really enjoyed it. The ending came as a complete surprise!

    Joy
    Really enjoyed this book. It was a slow starter but once hooked I really wanted to find out what happens to Clemmy, Irene and Pudding.I did win this book in a give away but I had already purchased and was half way through my copy.

    Kerry Kirkpatrick
    Unexpected twist.

    Judy Laycock
    Loved this book from start to finish. It draws you in with the mystery and has a stunning twist at the end which I didn’t see coming. Highly recommend

    Andrew
    Review to be added soon.

    Alice
    I highly recommend this book - very cleverly done.

    Matilda
    *3,5*

    Ruth
    Enjoyable read.Innocent in places and dark in others.

    Denise
    2.5/5

    Halena Frick
    Good murder mystery but nothing outstanding

    Nuala Hadley
    Not as good as some that I have read by Katherine Webb but still enjoyable. It did seem to drag a little but quite how it twisted at the end.

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