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by Penny Hancock

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ISBN:
0857206281
Author:
Penny Hancock
Category:
Thrillers & Suspense
Language:
English
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Ltd; UK ed. edition (May 24, 2012)
EPUB book:
1989 kb
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1980 kb
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1679 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
754


Details of Penny Hancock's critically aclaimed novels: Tideline (2012), The Darkening Hour (2013), A Trick of the Mind (2014), I Thought I Knew You (2019).

Details of Penny Hancock's critically aclaimed novels: Tideline (2012), The Darkening Hour (2013), A Trick of the Mind (2014), I Thought I Knew You (2019). uk or find your local bookshop.

Read about Penny Hancock, best-selling author of 'Tideline', 'The Darkening Hour', 'A Trick of the Mind', and 'I Thought I Knew You', out in Spring 2019. East Anglian Novel of the Year Award. Winner of East Anglian Novel of the Year 2019. Penny Hancock is the author of novels Tideline, (a Richard and Judy Bookclub pick in 2012), The Darkening Hour, and A Trick of the Mind. She has also written widely on family and relationships for mainstream media including the Guardian, the Times, the Independent, and Psychologies magazine and has published several short stories.

She now lives in Cambridge with her husband and three children. This is her first novel. First published in Great Britain in 2011 by Simon & Schuster UK Ltd. A cbs company. No reproduction without permission.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. One winter's afternoon, voice coach Sonia opens the door of her beautiful riverside home to 15-year-old Jex.

I feel nervous as I turn the big glass door handle, it’s so long since I’ve been in here. We don’t often entertain overnight guests, for one reason or another. The grey light comes in through a small window on one side of the house which is overshadowed by the roofs of the almshouses and the tall dark chimneys of the power station beyond. Much of the furniture has remained under dust sheets since we moved back. There seemed little point in uncovering the mahogany chest of drawers that we never use, or the ottoman under the window.

Penny Hancock, Tideline. Thank you for reading books on GrayCity. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

I read Penny Hancock’s debut novel Kept in the Dark in one breathless gulp. I absolutely couldn’t put it down. I love it when that happens.

Tideline by Penny Hancock - One winter's afternoon, Sonia opens the door of her beautiful riverside home to fifteen-year-old . After several years in London, Penny Hancock now lives in Cambridge with her husband and three children

Tideline by Penny Hancock - One winter's afternoon, Sonia opens the door of her beautiful riverside home to fifteen-year-old Jez, the nephew of a family friend. After several years in London, Penny Hancock now lives in Cambridge with her husband and three children. Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (May 24, 2012).

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One winter's afternoon, voice coach Sonia opens the door of her beautiful riverside home to 15-year-old Jex, the nephew of a family friend. He's come to borrow some music. Sonia invites him in and soon decides that she isn't going to let him leave.
  • Drelahuginn
A very strange tale, bizzare, chilling and sad. All becomes clear and leaves you feeling kind of sad, not what I expected but a good first book to read on my kindle!
  • Gavinranara
I did'nt enjoy this story at all the dark side of the whole story was not uplifting perhaps because I was told it was "could not put down novel".
  • Dreladred
not bad, but i really didnt like the main character much at all and as a mother of a 15 year old found it quite akward to read...
  • Rainbearer
This book (while certainly enjoyable and compelling) is the SAME as "Kept in the Dark" by Penny Hancock. I'm sure Amazon never entertained the thought (cough cough) that people could get tricked into buying both versions of the exact same book.
  • Vetibert
Well I was gripped by the wierdo woman in this book, not quite sure I understood the ending so looking forward to a good book club discussion in due course...