Lavender Fields : 'An Intricately Woven Tale of Love, Betrayal and Murder'
Lavender Fields is the perfect sanctuary. The remote Cornish cottage has been home to many a lost soul for generations. In 1892 Helena runs the family inherited perfumery business here. Until one beautiful but isolated winter, almost consumed with loneliness, a stranger appears, altering her ordered world forever. In 1940 Joseph finds a journal buried behind a stone in the hearth of his holiday home. He sets out on a quest to find out what happened in the cottage, all those years ago. But his curiosity is dampened when he is called to serve in the war effort. When he returns he soon uncovers the disturbing family secrets which Helena took to her grave. Is it time to unravel the mystery which surrounds this idyllic landscape and finally lay to rest the ghosts of the past? 'An intricately woven tale of love, betrayal and murder'
- Paperback | 338 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 19.56mm | 439.98g
- 10 Mar 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Louise Mullins
Lavender Fields is the second historical novel written by Louise Mullins. Both are set in Victorian England. The house of secrets, her debut, was published in 2013. Louise is a qualified Psychological Therapist and Writer, currently training as a Clinical Forensic Psychologist. She lives in Bristol with her husband and three children. Louise admits to a serious Amazon addiction and spends a lot of her spare time reading the books she purchases. All for research purposes of course.