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review ê Greythorne ´ ❮KINDLE❯ ❅ Greythorne Author L.M. Merrington – Connecfloor.co.uk How did Lucy Greythorne dieFrom the moment Nell Featherstone arrives at Greythorne Manor as a governess to eight year old Sophie she finds herself haunted by the fate of the mistress of the house and How did Lucy Greythorne dieFrom the moment Nell Iscovers in his laboratory will turn all her ideas about life and death morality and creation on their headEnthralled by a man walking a fine line between passion and madness Nell must make an impossible choice between life death and life after death where any mistake could be her lastPerfect for fans of Daphne DuMaurier Susan Hill and Kate Moss.

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One arrives at Greythorne Manor as a governess to eight year old Sophie she finds herself haunted by the fate of the mistress of the house and entranced by the child's father the enigmatic Professor Nathaniel GreythorneWhen a violent storm reveals Lucy's body is not in her grave Nell becomes suspicious about the Professor's research But what she d.

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  • Fictionophile

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneI perused my TBR for something that would fill be seasonal wish for a title gothic or spooky in tone Greythorne was the result of my search I reuested it from NetGalley uite a while ago for just such an occasionIt reminded me greatly of one of my favorite novels Jane Eyre in that it was set in roughly the same time period and featured a governess sent to a gothic mansion to tutor a little girl Only this time the house was situated on an island which


  • Ivonne Rovira

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneEver since Charlotte Brontë penned Jane Eyre novels have featured inexperienced governesses in creepy isolated mansions encountering unspeakable things that go bump in the night Greythorne a debut book by Australian LM Merrington continues that proud traditionOrphaned Nell Featherstone fresh from the Brookvale Girls Home assumes her first posting as a governess at Greythorne Manor a crumbling stone mansion — complete with tower a taciturn and mysterious underling and an unsavory reputation — on a tiny island off the English country coast Her employer the charming and handsome Professor Nathaniel Greythorne wishes for a steadying influence on his wild but clever 8 year old


  • Pamela

    review ê Greythorne Greythorne45 stars Simply putI liked this I first saw the cover and decided I wanted to read itFor me this was a classic gothic tale very atmospheric with smooth prose I didn't realize that it was a first book for the author until I finished it and was reading the credits kudos to Ms MerringtonAlthough it is a short story and I did figure out most of it I was still hit with a couple of surprises I think most would be I will certainly be looking for by this author in the futureThank you the publisher and Net Galley in exchange of an honest review


  • Cassandra Page

    review ê Greythorne Greythorne45 starsI've been meaning to read Greythorne for than a year; I bought it on ebook a while back but I've been in a massive reading slump that has been hard to break out of Still I recently went on a cruise that meant I had to pack light which meant I turned to my Kindle for most of my reads It's fair to say that the gothic horror genre didn't really suit the sunny tropical places my trip took me to but I still really enjoyed this story Greythorne is by Aussie writer LM Merrington but it is set somewhere that reminds me of coastal Victorian England I can't remember if the book actually gave an exact location and timeframe but it defin


  • Cheryl

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneI really enjoyed this atmospheric novella Gothic tale about a governess employed by a Professor to teach his young daughter This is a completely new author to me and I love finding Australian Indie authors to readThe setting was haunting


  • Louise

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneI really enjoyed this The writing style made it a pleasure to readI found myself a few times thinking I knew what was happenin


  • Emily Wrayburn

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneReview originally posted on A Keyboard and an Open Mind 17 May 2020I’ve had a copy of Greythorne for uite some time and I’m finally getting to it now that I am actively aiming to read the Australian books I ownMerrington draws on the Gothic tradition as you can probably tell from the cover The main character Nell is sent to Greythorne Manor an isolated


  • Carlissa

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneJane Eyre meets Frankenstein perfect read for the upcoming Halloween time


  • Juliet Valcourt

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneA very diverting gothic mystery that kept me turning the pages I enjoyed the atmospheric setting and the surprise twist I wish it would have been a little longer though


  • Majanka

    review ê Greythorne GreythorneBook Review originally published here the overused plot of a governess stuck in a haunted house I did enjoy this book I love gothic ficton and “Greythorne” is an excellent addition to the genre I saw most of the twists coming but that didn’t take away from the plot or how much I enjoyed the book