To escape life, Bronwen Mortimer moves to a quiet village in Shropshire, England. But when she witnesses murder, and becomes the target of a serial rapist, she must find the answers to a tragic past that involve the Kenward family and the ancestors of Derwen village. If she fails, she will never again return to live in the present.
There are many casualties of war, but some refuse to be forgotten.
|Publisher:||Doce Blant Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.04(d)|
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When Bronwen moves to a tiny village and into the cottage meant to be her “escape” from life, fate hands her an unexpected twist. As a witness to an ethereal murder, Bronwen must discover the curse and unravel an evil history that dwells there. "Echoes" delivers where many paranormal novels miss the supernatural mark. Roscoe has masterfully woven her tale with unexpected twists that moves the plot between past and present to the possibility that ghosts do exist. It is no wonder that "Echoes" is an award-winning novel — P. J. Roscoe has written a haunting nail-biter that will leave the reader wanting more.
Reviewed by Nicky Owle for Readers' Favorite Bronwen Mortimer, a shy young woman from Liverpool, set out to start her new life in the small village of Derwen. Running from her past and looking for a fresh start, she rents a small cottage from the Kenward family without knowing the village has secrets of its own. The village along with the Kenward family have been cursed for over 500 years leaving heartbreak and questions throughout its dark history. Only time will tell if Derwin’s newest resident Bronwen holds the key to breaking the curse. Will life in the small village of Derwen ever be normal again? It would take Bronwen to step out of her comfort zones and put the puzzle pieces together to make life normal for her as well as for the small village and its residents. P.J. Roscoe has created an intricate tale of past and present in the page turner "Echoes". This unique book has the perfect balance of murder, mystery, sex and revenge. The author's twisting tale kept me guessing all the way to the end. Although "Echoes" has some adult content I found it very hard to put the book down. I loved stepping into the past of the Tudor period with King Henry the VIII. I liked to follow how P.J. Roscoe combined the modern day with the past, adding a little history into it. Roscoe has made a fascinating and enjoyable read. I am already looking forward to her next book.