The Whyte Hinde

The Whyte Hinde

by Lizzy Lloyd

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This is a tale of the dark places of the soul, where unrequited passion and desire lead the unprotected into the deep roots of our psyche and myth and magic become one with our minds. A young woman stumbles upon an ancient manor house and becomes entangled with a handsome but cold man. Her obsession begins a journey that leads her into a murder mystery when she discovers the previous elderly owner of the house was found naked and dead in the woods under mysterious circumstances. She then starts a chilling descent into the dark places of the mind that eventually costs her her very soul. Her love unrequited, she is driven by lust to search deeper into the past to discover that only the ultimate conquest can satisfy her needs. Is she psychic or is the house truly controlling her behaviour? Or is she becoming mentally unstable, being increasingly solitary and separated from her previous mundane lifestyle? Dare you follow her fearful path into the unknown?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781524637590
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 09/22/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 264
File size: 337 KB

About the Author

Lizzy Lloyd In postwar Surrey, families dreamed away the horrors of war in wooded hills and meadows and escaped into fantasy and creativity. Lizzy Lloyd grew up in this environment, where reality slipped into fantasy so easily and art and poetry and literature were the warp and weft of everyday living. The 1960s enthused youngsters into believing everything was possible, and the rise of the working-class hero in fashion, photography, interior design, and films led her to, first, art school then a career in haut couture. Ever restless, she diverted into photo editing and finally social care while moving around the country. In 1980 she settled in Tewkesbury, where the genius loci is very strong. In 1982, The Long Man was conceived and several other books inspired by that region. In the last twenty years, she has produced more stories of the interface between the psyche and the heart and the thin veneer between one period in history and another.

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