The Silent Tide by Rachel Hore

The Silent TideWhat a great story, keeps you reading right to the end (even when you’re supposed to be doing something else!)

The story moves from 1948 with Isabel, to the present time with Emily, linked by the world of publishing.

It’s a tale of families, lots of secrets which if they’d been aired earlier would have led to a different story. People saying one thing but meaning another.

Using the historical background of WW2 and how people were affected by it, plus the 1953 floods in East Anglia to tell the story makes it more real.

All the themes & side stories are knitted together to produce a believable, exciting story. Everything is explained and comes together with a great denouement.

Read it!

Eileen

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