Sutton Place

Sutton Place

by Louise Gaylord


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ISBN-13: 9780989398824
Publisher: Little Moose Press
Publication date: 08/28/2013
Pages: 251
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

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Sutton Place 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
JerseyGirlBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Family secrets, scandals, seduction and an obsessed stalker .... thriller fans, boy do I have a riveting book for you! In her latest novel, Sutton Place, author Louise Gaylord weaves a fast paced gripping tale of family secrets, lies, scandals and betrayals, with enough suspenseful twists and turns that keeps the reader turning the pages and guessing what will happen next. The story follows the unraveling of the wealthy New York Fairchild family as their scandalous past begins to surface. When Lucia and Ian Fairchild's deeply held secret of the true parentage of their daughters Julia and Ariel is revealed, the devastating repercussions from the family secrets and betrayals has their lives spinning wildly out of control, and if that isn't enough, an obsessed stalker is terrorizing an already fragile Julia. From the very beginning, Sutton Place takes the reader on a riveting thrill ride filled with suspense and family drama as the Fairchild family's checkered lives unfold. You can't help but get drawn into this tale with its strong intriguing characters and a richly detailed and descriptive storyline. While the storyline's focus mainly is on Julia Fairchild, I found it fascinating as the author cleverly interweaves the deep family secrets of her parents and sister Ariel as well. The depth of the family scandals and betrayal of trust, in addition to the seductive obsession of a sociopath is frightening. You can't help but feel the tension as their story unfolds, it takes you out of your comfort zone and leaves you to wonder how can anyone recover from such devastating events in their lives. Sutton Place is the kind of book that fans of mystery thrillers relish, it is a book that is simply very hard to put down.
IvyD More than 1 year ago
Julia Fairchild has recovered from a horrific accident and seems to have her life back on track.  An internship at a prestigious New York hospital, a promising relationship with a Chief Doctor, and her own apartment on the third floor of her parents Sutton Place home.  Life is good until the phone calls begin. What you don’t know and don’t remember can hurt you.  That’s certainly the case for Julia Fairchild.  At seventeen she learned the truth of her parentage. Julia’s one impetuous act, committed out of hurt and anger, will have repercussions for herself and her family for years to come.   Lucia and Ian Fairchild have done their best by their daughters, Julia and Ariel.  However, they’re keeping secrets chief of which is the parentage of both girls. Julia’s reaction has shown them how devastating revealing the truth can be.  Ariel’s response is equally devastating for its secrecy and end result. Lucia and Ian discover how accurate the old saying, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions” truly is.   How often do we really stop to consider our vulnerability to those who have been entrusted to heal?    SUTTON PLACE is a frightening look at the repercussions of familial secrets, betrayal of trust, and a sociopath’s obsession.   Vibrant characterizations combined with a constant thread of tension and dread punctuated by sharp slices of fear make SUTTON PLACE hard to put down.  Reviewed by IvvyD for Manic Readers
jbarr5 More than 1 year ago
Sutton Place by Louise Gaylord Julia is a doctor and it's her birthday. Her sister Ariel is now stateside and they meet for a lunch, but Ariel is 40 mins late. The owner of the restaurant comes to Areils rescue and gets them a table in the crowded business. Ariel and her companion is more interested in Julia than Ariel. Julia lives in a wing on the third floor of the mansion called Sutton place and she's decorate it to her wants. Story goes back in time when Julia did find out about her real father... Julia feels somebody is stalking her and with the heavy breathing phone calls she gets nauseous. Ariel's job has led to entertaining many men. She loves the money and the things it can buy. Very detailed descriptions of the meeting Julia' mother met when she was getting her divorce in Mexico. David and Rachel are together on a plan but Julia doesn't even see David and his advances. This is all starting to get a bit scary with talk of drugs and making one semi conscious and deaths. Julia leaves the practice and her life in NY for one in the South and I loved learning about her new surroundings. Hated to hear maybe others are still stalking her... Julia still had to find out about her her birth father... This book did take me out of my comfort zone... I received this book from Netgalley via JKSCommunications in exchange for my honest review.