Henriette Gyland’s Top Three Books Set In Cornwall

Posted on: May 7th, 2015

Today Under a Cornish Sky is out. The first reviews are in and are good. You can take a peek on Vulpes Libris  and here Shaz’s Book Boudoir 

I have really enjoyed these top three lists and have discovered some new books as well as remembering some old favourites. I’ll try and put together a list compiled from them all.

Henriette brings us our final three…

“Rebecca’s Tale” by Sally Beauman

“House on the Strand” by Daphne du Maurier
“Crossing the Tamar” by Elizabeth Hawksley

51+6OyDZ4aL._AA160_Her latest book is “The Highwayman’s Daughter”

Is it a crime to steal a heart?
Hounslow, 1768. Jack Blythe, heir to the Earl of Lampton, is a man with great expectations. So when his carriage is held up by a masked woman, brandishing a pistol and dressed as a gentleman of the road, he wholly expects to have his purse stolen. And when he senses something strangely familiar about the lovely little bandit, Jack also expects to win his cousin’s wager by tracking her down first.
But as Jack and the highwaywoman enter into a swashbuckling game of cat and mouse, uncovering an intricate web of fiercely guarded family secrets, the last thing Jack expects to have stolen is his heart.

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