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Product Details

  • Paperback: 280 pages
  • Publisher: FoxTale Press (Oct. 10 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0992102049
  • ISBN-13: 978-0992102043
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.8 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 390 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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I was completely absorbed in the dark, mysterious, and sometimes scary world of Blueford Manor and the tragedies that befall sisters Margaret, Rosie Jaye and Helen.

I couldn’t wait to see how they would cleverly unravel the threads of mystery behind Helen’s death, and was thrilled to peak behind the scenes of the fascinating worlds of each sister. Vividly detailed with descriptions of millinery, fashion, social customs, and practicalities of life during that era, I found experiencing even just their day-to day lives was a treat.

What also came through clearly was the authentic connections of love and loyalty shared between the sisters, who bravely navigated their way around the sinister Captain Ford to save each other. Each time I turned the page I didn’t know what horrific scene might greet me, but the tightly woven plot kept me looking forward to discovering each new piece of the puzzle.

Who would have thought a hauntingly, dangerous, and unwelcoming manor could feel so cozy, but I felt enticed to explore and inhabit this place myself!

Romance is blended smoothly with horror in this well-crafted novel, and the innovative, genre-blending approach is inspiring. More in this vein would be a delight to read. Great work and congratulations Roberta and Kathryn!
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Two sisters travel from London to North Yorkshire after receiving a letter from their brother-in-law that their older sister, Helen, has died. Margaret and Rosie Jaye reach Blueford Manor and find mystery and things that need further explanation but Captain Ford is not talking. Their young niece, Lucy, walks around swathed in a large black hat and veil, grieving the loss of her mother. As the sisters try to figure out what exactly happened, they discover that all is not what it seems. Darkly Gothic, seductive, deliciously macabre with a touch of romance and sadness, this story takes you on a suspense-filled journey that is reminiscent of the old black and white horror movies on Saturday afternoons I loved when growing up.
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Anyone who dabbles with Victorian Literature and admires the work of the Bronte sisters, will enjoy Bluebeard's Bride. Writing tends to be a solitary business and one is prone to speculate how much if any collusion existed between Emily and Charlotte Bronte. Possibly very little. One thing that makes this work unique is the collaboration between Roberta Cottam and her sister Kathryn Cottam. This is, perhaps, an example of two heads being better than one. In any case, all of the mystery and tension found in the novels of the now-famous Bronte sisters you will fine in Bluebeard's Bride. Moors and magic and mythical figures are the foundation of this "modern" Victorian novel. Well done, sisters!
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Two sisters travel from London to North Yorkshire after receiving a letter from their brother-in-law that their older sister, Helen, has died. Margaret and Rosie Jaye reach Blueford Manor and find mystery and things that need further explanation but Captain Ford is not talking. Their young niece, Lucy, walks around swathed in a large black hat and veil, grieving the loss of her mother. As the sisters try to figure out what exactly happened, they discover that all is not what it seems. Darkly Gothic, seductive, deliciously macabre with a touch of romance and sadness, this story takes you on a suspense-filled journey that is reminiscent of the old black and white horror movies on Saturday afternoons I loved when growing up.

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