The Watchtower

The Watchtower

Paperback Bantam Press

By (author) Lee Carroll

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  • Publisher: BANTAM PRESS
  • Format: Paperback | 400 pages
  • Dimensions: 153mm x 234mm x 28mm | 501g
  • Publication date: 4 August 2011
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0593065972
  • ISBN 13: 9780593065976
  • Edition statement: Trade Paperback.
  • Illustrations note: None
  • Sales rank: 152,028

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The last in a long line of women sworn to guard our world against evil, jeweller Garet James is struggling to come to terms with who - or what - she really is. Will Hughes, the alluring four-hundred-year-old vampire who tasted her blood and saved her life, could help, but he's disappeared. Garet believes he's in France, searching for the Summer Country, the legendary land of the Fey where he might be freed from his vampire curse. Desperate to understand her legacy, Garet follows Will. In Paris, she encounters strange, mythic beings - an ancient botanist metamorphosed into the city's oldest tree, a gnome who lives beneath the Labyrinth at the Jardin des Plantes, a dryad in the Luxembourg Gardens - meetings that convince her she is on the right path. But Garet is not the only one trying to find the way in to the Summer Country - and the closer she gets, the more dangerous it becomes...

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LEE CARROLL is a pseudonym for the writing partnership of award-winning novelist Carol Goodman and her poet husband, Lee Slonimsky. Their first novel together was the acclaimed Black Swan Rising. They live in Red Hook, New York.

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"A gothic and elegant page-turner."--"The Boston Globe" on "The Lake of Dead Languages" by Carol Goodman" [A] complex and lyrical literary thriller"-- "Publishers Weekly" on "The Night Villa" by Carol Goodman"Goodman mixes literary prose with a page-turning plot, making her work appealing to a broad range of readers.--"Library Journal" on "The Night Villa" by Carol Goodman"Goodman has made a name for herself writing elegant literary thrillers. Graceful, fluid prose; an intricately plotted dual mystery set in the past and present; a strong heroine; and handsome and mysterious men all combine to make for a thoroughly scintillating read."--"Booklist "on "The Night Villa" by Carol Goodman

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The last in a long line of women sworn to guard our world against evil, jeweller Garet James is struggling to come to terms with who – or what – she really is. Will Hughes, the alluring four-hundred-year-old vampire who tasted her blood and saved her life, could help, but he’s disappeared. Garet believes he’s in France, searching for the Summer Country, the legendary land of the Fey where he might be freed from his vampire curse. Desperate to understand her legacy, Garet follows Will. In Paris, she encounters strange, mythic beings – an ancient botanist metamorphosed into the city’s oldest tree, a gnome who lives beneath the Labyrinth at the Jardin des Plantes, a dryad in the Luxembourg Gardens – meetings that convince her she is on the right path. But Garet is not the only one trying to find the way in to the Summer Country – and the closer she gets, the more dangerous it becomes...