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The Good Wife's Castle

by Roland Vernon

The Good Wife's Castle Synopsis

The unexpected suicide of an apparently happy family man; a woman held captive for three years in a forgotten underground bunker; a middle aged clergyman at a crisis point in his life, drawn into an uncomfortable relationship with a teenaged girl. Against the backcloth of these interwoven tales comes the story of two very different men who meet accidentally and are dramatically thrown together. Piet Steyn and Granville St Clair happen both to be out walking at dawn on a country lane when they unintentionally become joint witnesses of a domestic tragedy. There is one aspect of what they see that morning which they feel compelled to keep secret - a decision that will later have appalling repercussions for them both. As the layers of their private lives begin to peel away, they find themselves unwillingly bound together in a conspiracy with deadly consequences. The Good Wife's Castle is a tense thriller that explores a clash of human evil and goodness, of despair, murderous obsession and twisted spirituality, all of which co-exist beneath the veneer of seemingly respectable people in a quiet rural community.

The Good Wife's Castle Press Reviews

Contemporary, sinister obsession, dark psychological stuff which I am thoroughly enjoying... he is a talent well worth watching -- Sarah Broadhurst * BOOKSELLER *

Book Information

ISBN: 9781784163181
Publication date: 23rd October 2017
Author: Roland Vernon
Publisher: Black Swan an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 464 pages
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

About Roland Vernon

Born in 1961, Roland Vernon lives and writes in Somerset, where he also runs his own marquee company. After graduating from Cambridge, he trained as an operatic tenor and for a short time pursued a career in music before opting for a more settled country life. He is married with three sons. His previous books include a biography of the philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti and two other acclaimed novels, the award-winning A Dark Enchantment and The Maestro's Voice.

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