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Thursday, 3 October 2013

Reviewed: Discovery at Rosehill by Kathryn Brown



The Book: Discovery at Rosehill by Kathryn Brown

Reviewed by: Francine Howarth

This is a fascinating rural based paranormal murder mystery, in which the darkness of the countryside and remote villages comes to the fore as Camilla (heroine) settles into her newly acquired isolated homestead of Rosehill. Although quite familiar with the spirit whom guided and cajoled her into the purchase of Rosehill, another spirit that manifests at the house eventually leads the local vicar to question his faith and his position as a servant of God.

Whilst Camilla wrestles with messages from the labyrinths of the nether world and contends with personal grief, the real word poses a problem in the form of two love interests. Worse, a restless spirit has no intention of letting happiness develop between her and the one man who could make her life whole again. Camilla is then torn between letting love slip her grasp, or indulge the hard task of inflicting cruel measure to be kind to a displaced soul. If all that was not enough to test a saintly medium, other spirits reveal secrets, lies, treachery and murder, and Camilla finally solves a mystery which is set to shake the very foundations of her own existence. Discovery at Rosehill is a delightfully disturbing novel, and one that will likely cause you to listen intently to strange sounds when lying abed in a darkened room.



3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for publishing this review - very timely right now...

    Kathryn x

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  2. As always, Francine's reviews are succinct and capture the essence of a book. It certainly made me want to read it. Tweeted

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  3. I loved this book!! Can't wait to get stuck in to your other's Kathryn!! xx

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