Dead Man's Embers

by Mari Strachan | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 1847675328 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingJ4Shawwing of finding my place, Somewhere -- Controlled Releases on 8/31/2014
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Journal Entry 1 by wingJ4Shawwing from finding my place, Somewhere -- Controlled Releases on Sunday, August 31, 2014
Purchased this book as I thoroughly enjoyed the Author's debut novel The Earth Hums in B Flat

About the Book
Welsh Author
In the aftermath of the Great War, Non Davies wakes one morning to find her husband crouching under the kitchen table in a cold sweat and with fear in his eyes, shouldering an imaginary rifle. During the intense heat of that summer she forces herself to sit and watch him, knowing she has to discover what has changed her Davey so completely. A mysterious letter addressed to Davey gives her the clue she needs and takes her to London in search of an answer. When she returns home Non realizes that the dark secrets of his behavior are working their way ever closer to the surface—secrets that will shatter the fragile happiness of their community if they ever become known.

Journal Entry 2 by wingJ4Shawwing at Darwin, Northern Territory Australia on Monday, October 6, 2014

Released 9 yrs ago (10/6/2014 UTC) at Darwin, Northern Territory Australia


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Journal Entry 3 by wingcrimson-tidewing at Balingup, Western Australia Australia on Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Thanks very much for the tag, J4shaw. It looks interesting.

Released 1 yr ago (5/16/2022 UTC) at End of the Road Street Library in Balingup, Western Australia Australia


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