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A Dark Dividing (Paperback)

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I was helping a customer find a book when A Dark Dividing by Sarah
Rayne literally jumped off the shelf at me. I’m not exaggerating — I had
my back turned and it just hopped off and hit the ground. I was
immediately intrigued by the synopsis on the back. (I did help the
customer find their book first though).
Two sets of conjoined twins born nearly a century apart but linked
together in a most mysterious way (that pun was unintentional — but
there’s not a lot of ways to get around it), turn of the century haunted
English workhouses, traveling sideshows, more than one murder, and a
psychotic nurse make for an exciting read. Rayne manages to take
subjects that from another writer’s pen could easily turn hokey, and
manages to keep the intrigue moving through multiple story lines without
ever becoming confusing or convoluted. Her characters are fleshed out,
and I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I googled Philip Fleury to see if
he existed. I’ll let you solve that mystery on your own. Sarah Rayne now
has a new fan and I can’t wait to read more from her. — LH

— From LeAnna Herrera

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Journalist Harry Fitzglen is less than thrilled to write up the opening of some glittering new art gallery. But the boredom falls away when he meets Simone Anderson, whose oddly compelling photographs are on display. Harry loves a girl with a past, and Simone's is a doozy: What exactly happened to her long-disappeared twin sister? And what is her connection to another pair of twins, born nearly 100 years ago? Every question points to the Welsh border and a ruined mansion called Mortmain House. As Harry delves into Mortmain's grim history, he finds himself drawn into a set of interlocking mysteries, each more curious - and disturbing - than the last.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781934609804
ISBN-10: 1934609803
Publisher: Felony & Mayhem
Publication Date: June 16th, 2011
Pages: 470
Language: English