In The Spring Of , An Invading Jacobite Fleet Of French And Scottish Soldiers Nearly Succeeded In Landing The Exiled James Stewart In Scotland To Reclaim His CrownNow, Carrie McClelland Hopes To Turn That Story Into Her Next Bestselling Novel Settling Herself In The Shadow Of Slains Castle, She Creates A Heroine Named For One Of Her Own Ancestors And Starts To WriteBut When She Discovers Her Novel Is Fact Than Fiction, Carrie Wonders If She Might Be Dealing With Ancestral Memory, Making Her The Only Living Person Who Knows The Truth The Ultimate Betrayal That Happened All Those Years Ago, And That Knowledge Comes Very Close To Destroying Her
New York Times, USA Today, and Globe and Mail bestselling author Susanna Kearsley is a former museum curator who loves restoring the lost voices of real people to the page, interweaving romance and historical intrigue with modern adventure Her books, published in translation inthan 20 countries, have won the Catherine Cookson Fiction Prize, RT Reviewers Choice Awards, a RITA Award, and National Readers Choice Awards, and have finaled for the UK s Romantic Novel of the Year and the Crime Writers of Canada s Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel.She lives near Toronto, Ontario, Canada Aka Emma Cole, a pseudonym she used for one novel, Every Secret Thing, a thriller which at the time was intended to be the first of a trilogy featuring heroine Kate Murray, and which may yet be finished, some day Meantime, Every Secret Thing has been reissued under Kearsley s name, and the Emma Cole pseudonym is no longer in use.
- 536 pages
- The Winter Sea
- Susanna Kearsley
- 13 September 2019 Susanna Kearsley