The Dark Shore ebook
by Susan Howatch
The anonymous voice from the past whispered into the receiver, Welcome home, Mr. Towers
The anonymous voice from the past whispered into the receiver, Welcome home, Mr. Towers. The train thundered along the dark tunnel and suddenly he was in the present again with his collar damp against the back of his neck and the newspaper crumpling in his hot hands. Useless to think back. The past was over, closed, forgotten, and he had long ago schooled himself not to waste time feeling bitter.
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She caught her breath, just as she always did when she saw something very beautiful, and suddenly she was glad they had come and ashamed of all her misgivings
She caught her breath, just as she always did when she saw something very beautiful, and suddenly she was glad they had come and ashamed of all her misgivings. said Marijohn, glancing round the room with the eye of a careful hostess. Let me know if I’ve forgotten anything. Dinner will be in about half an hour, and the water’s hot if you should want a bath. Thank you, said Sarah, turning to face her with a smile. Jon was walking along the corridor just as Marijohn left the room. Sarah heard his footsteps pause.
Susan Howatch (born 14 July 1940) is a British author. Her writing career has been distinguished by family saga-type novels which describe the lives of related characters for long periods of time. Her later books have also become known for their religious and philosophical themes. Born Susan Elizabeth Sturt in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, she was the daughter of a stockbroker, and went to school at Sutton High School
by. Howatch, Susan, 1940-.
The author’s most famous and well-loved work, the Starbridge series, six self-contained yet interconnected novels that explore the history of the Church of England through the 20th century. Beneath the smooth surface of an Episcopal palace lurks the salacious breath of scandal. Young, lonely, and insecure, Alice Fletcher is on the verge of emotional collapse when she stumbles into St. Benet's Church to dodge the London drizzle. There, she witnesses a group of gifted healers led by the charismatic Nicholas Darrow.
The Dark Shore: Was it an accident that befell Sophia, millionaire Jon Tower’s first wife, that weekend in Cornwell? . The descriptions of Cornwall are good, and Howatch is a skilled writer, one who improved over time but was never half bad. Enjoyable.
The Dark Shore: Was it an accident that befell Sophia, millionaire Jon Tower’s first wife, that weekend in Cornwell? Sarah Hamilton?on her honeymoon with Jon?finds.
Authors: Howatch, Susan. Susan Howatch was born in Surrey in 1940. After taking a degree in law she emigrated to America where she married, had a daughter and embarked on a career as a writer
Authors: Howatch, Susan. Title: The Dark Shore. Binding: Mass Market Paperback. After taking a degree in law she emigrated to America where she married, had a daughter and embarked on a career as a writer. She left in 1976 and lived in the Republic of Ireland for four years before returning to England. She lived in Salisbury - inspiration for the very successful Starbridge sequence and now lives in London.
Susan Howatch is a bestselling British novelist who has published twenty books ranging from murder mysteries to family sagas. The Dark Shore was followed by five other short novels, which, with one exception, were all twentieth-century whodunits or suspense stories. onships in a range of settings and explores themes revolving around sex, power, ambition, forgiveness, redemption, and love. Howatch was born in a small town in Surrey, England, on July 14, 1940. Then, in 1971, Howatch published Pennmaric, a family saga that became her first international bestseller.
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