The Silent Tide

The Silent Tide

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From the million-copy Sunday Times bestseller comes a compelling and engrossing story of hidden lives and secret pasts

London, present day: Emily Gordon has found her dream job, as an editor at a small publishing house. When the biography of a late great English novelist crosses her desk, she discovers, buried beneath the history, a story that simply has to be told...

London, 1948: Isabel Barber has barely arrived in the city when a chance meeting leads to a job offer, and a fascinating career beckons. But as she develops a close working relationship with a charismatic young debut novelist the professional soon becomes personal, and she finds herself fighting for her very survival...

Praise for Rachel Hore's novels:
'Compelling, engrossing and moving' SANTA MONTEFIORE
'Simply stunning . . . I savoured every moment' DINAH JEFFERIES
'A story that stirs the deepest emotions' WOMAN & HOME
'An emotive and thought-provoking read' ROSANNA LEY
'Hore tackles difficult subjects with a clever, light touch and a sunny positivity. Her women are brave and good and you desperately want them to win' DAILY MAIL
'A novel thatstirs the deepest emotions' WOMAN
'An elegiac tale of wartime love and secrets' TELEGRAPH
'A tender and thoughtful tale' SUNDAY MIRROR
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Product details

  • Paperback | 528 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 33.02mm | 365g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Paperback Original
  • 1849832900
  • 9781849832908
  • 103,036

Review quote

'Compelling, engrossing and moving; a perfect holiday indulgence' -- Santa Montefiore on The Silent Tide 'A tour de force. Rachel's Paris is rich, romantic, exotic and mysterious' -- Judy Finnigan on A Week in Paris 'Engrossing and romantic, it's a wonderful story of family secrets and the choices women make' -- Jane Thynne on The Silent Tide 'With a serious eye for exquisite detail, Hore's latest, brilliantly crafted novel aptly follows a photographer, Lucy. She takes a journey to capture past, life-changing family secrets, embracing three generations along the way, across Cornwall, London East Anglia and Occupied France' * Mirror on A Gathering Storm * 'A fascinating, hugely readable book . . . Rachel Hore's research and her mastery of the subject is deeply impressive' -- Judy Finnigan on A Place of Secrets 'Another of this year's top offerings' * Daily Mail on The Glass Painter's Daughter * 'Pitched perfectly for a holiday read' * Guardian on The Memory Garden *
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About Rachel Hore

Rachel Hore worked in London publishing for many years before moving with her family to Norwich, where she taught publishing and creative writing at the University of East Anglia before becoming a full-time writer. She is married to the writer D. J. Taylor and they have three sons.
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Rating details

1,685 ratings
3.97 out of 5 stars
5 31% (523)
4 41% (699)
3 22% (372)
2 4% (66)
1 1% (25)
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