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    The Thirteenth Tale (Paperback) By (author) Diane Setterfield


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    DescriptionAngelfield House stands abandoned and forgotten. It was once home to the March family - fascinating, manipulative Isabelle, brutal, dangerous Charlie, and the wild, untamed twins, Emmeline and Adeline. But Angelfield House hides a chilling secret which strikes at the very heart of each of them, tearing their lives apart...Now Margaret Lea is investigating Angelfield's past - and the mystery of the March family starts to unravel. What has Angelfield been hiding? What is its connection with the enigmatic writer Vida Winter? And what is the secret that strikes at the heart of Margaret's own, troubled life? As Margaret digs deeper, two parallel stories unfold, and the tale she uncovers sheds a disturbing light on her own life...

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  • I could re read this many times.5

    sarah I loved this story, once it got going I could not put it down. I was late for work twice because I was so entranced by the story I lost track of the time.

    It is a story of sisters and secrets and eccentric English families

    It is a little slow to get started I didn't really enjoy the Mopey character of Margret Lea very much but that didn't mater because the story of Angelfield House blows every thing else out of the water!

    I have read it twice and I'm gearing up for a third. It is great by sarah

  • Original story5

    figen This is one of the most riveting books I've read in a long time. A young woman growing up in a bookstore is asked to write a autobiography of a famous author and the story spirals from there as she listens to the tale spun by the famous writer and does her own research to dig out some horrifying facts. This is the kind of book where you just have to keep reading on to the next chapter. by figen

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