The Ivy Tree

The Ivy Tree

Book - 1963
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An English June in the Roman Wall countryside; the ruin of a beautiful old house standing cheek-by-jowl with the solid, sunlit prosperity of the manor farm - a lovely place, and a rich inheritance for one of the two remaining Winslow heirs. There had been a third, but Annabel Winslow had died four years ago - so when a young woman calling herself Annabel Winslow comes 'home' to Whitescar, Con Winslow and his half-sister Lisa must find out whether she really is who she says she is.
Publisher: Toronto : Hodder and Stoughton, c1963.
ISBN: 9780340011157
Characteristics: 335 p. ;,20 cm.


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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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