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On holiday with friends, young historian Briony Andrews becomes fascinated with a wartime story of a ruined villa in the hills behind Naples. There is a family connection: Handed a bundle of letters that were found after the war, Briony sets off to trace the fate of their sender, Sarah Bailey. In , Sarah returns with her mother and sister from India, in mourning, to take up residence in the Norfolk village of Westbury. There she forms a firm friendship with Paul Hartmann, a young German who has found sanctuary in the local manor house, Westbury Hall. With the outbreak of war, conflicts of loyalty in Westbury deepen.

When she's asked to value a collection of scientific instruments and manuscripts belonging to Anthony Wickham, a lonely 18th-century astronomer, she leaps at the chance to escape London for the untamed beauty of Norfolk, where she grew up.

As Jude untangles Wickham's tragic story, she discovers threatening links to the present. What have Summer's nightmares to do with Starbrough folly, the eerie crumbling tower in the woods from which Wickham and his adopted daughter Esther once viewed the night sky?

With the help of Euan, a local naturalist, Jude searches for answers in the wild, haunting splendour of the Norfolk forests. Dare she leave behind the sadness in her own life and learn to love again? Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Starbrough, Norfolk United Kingdom. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Place of Secrets , please sign up.

Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jan 17, Charlotte May rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a reread so that I could write a review on here. Jude is an antiques expert invited to value a large collection of astronomical writings, charts and items, in her hometown of Norfolk, belonging to the late Anthony Wickham in the grand stately house Starborough Hall.

While there she becomes swept up in the mysteries surrounding the collection, most specifically the memoirs of a young woman called Esther Wickham - a woman who seemed to disappear from history. This is 3. This is a sweet novel if you like family histories, with lots of coincidences that seem to tie in together. All sorts of characters all linked to this mysterious house, and its residents.

Not the most riveting of reads, but engaging enough despite numerous cliches. That wraps up my final read of !

Hope you all have a wonderful new year and prosperous ! View all 4 comments. Just didn't work for me. Very slow pace and plotting, which is a shame as so many of the elements that I enjoy in a book were there: All well and good, but plain old good storytelling was missing.

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A Place of Secrets is a multi-layered novel very similar in style to the novels of Kate Morton , with generational family dynamics and disfunctions, multiple jumps between time periods, hidden secrets, and a mystery to be solved from the past in order for the characters from the present time period to move on. Very good stuff if that's your brand of reading pleasure, and Hore almost nail Only the second Hore book I've read the first being The Dream House , and I can see a maturity in her writing.

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Very good stuff if that's your brand of reading pleasure, and Hore almost nails it with this offering. Certainly, the amount of research she's done for this one is visable and impressive. Her various plotlines are intriguing and the book flowed, for the most part, smoothly. The storyline from the 18th century was the best part of the book - it was in this story of Esther and her star-gazing father that Hore's undoubted writing talent really shined.

Where I wasn't sold was in the present-day characters; the sibling interactions of Jude and Claire's relationship seemed stiff and unnatural.

The myriad coincidences that occured in order to tie up all the past and present storylines felt forced and had me shaking my head in disbelief. Perhaps more attention focused on fewer plotlines would have streamlined this novel and made it a 4 or 5-star winner for me. As it was, it was an enjoyable book, but nothing spectacular. I'll be checking back with Hore after she pens a few more books.

View all 9 comments. Dec 18, Yasmin rated it it was ok. I agree with the other reviews that disliked this book. I've read a couple of Rachel Hore's books, especially enjoying 'A gathering storm' and thought I'd give this a go. It was as if it was written by a different author entirely.

I didn't care at all about any of the characters, except Anthony and Esther from the past storyline, and agree with the review that said this was the only thing that kept me reading. I skim read it just to finish it, but the 'revelations' at the end were so boring I sh I agree with the other reviews that disliked this book.

I skim read it just to finish it, but the 'revelations' at the end were so boring I shouldn't have bothered! Give this is a miss- the main characters are extremely irritating and unlikeable. But do try 'A gathering storm', that one is worth your time. View 1 comment. Jan 14, Vevine Goldson rated it really liked it. A place of secrets start off mild and easy,but as the book gathers pace with the emerging characters a fabulous tale of astrology and stargazing become a spellbinding adventure. The main character from london stumbles cross a hidden diary and so her personal journey of research began which unravels astronomy mystery family secrets and the supernatural.

It's suspense full of mystical twists antiques and star gazing and will leave the readers interested in astronomy. Apr 25, Lee rated it did not like it. I don't generally read novels marketed as "women's fiction" but this was pushed into my hands by a co-worker who convincingly raved about it, and so I dutifully worked my way through it. For me the story failed to live up to a number of promises.

Despite th I don't generally read novels marketed as "women's fiction" but this was pushed into my hands by a co-worker who convincingly raved about it, and so I dutifully worked my way through it.

Despite the potential for intrigue it was simply rather dull and entirely predictable. Another reason why I failed to be gripped was the characterisation.

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The female lead, Jude, was rather wearying and not particularly likeable. I just wanted to give her a good shaking!

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The romantic hero, Euan, was stereotypically New Man — rescuing bunnies and living in a gypsy caravan. The most interesting were the 18th century astronomer Anthony Wickham and his adoptive daughter Esther. Actually, the 18th century parts were the most appealing in the book - it was the astronomical details that kept me reading rather than the trite modern day romance. View 2 comments. This book was absolutely fabulous [the missing star stems from feeling that some things just worked out too smoothly Jude was working at an auction house, specializing in Eighteenth century manuscripts when Robert Weekham asked her to go back to Starbrough, Norfolk and assess his family's book and stargazing instruments collection.

As Jude goes back to her childhood environment, on duty, she unravels the mystery of Starbrough Hall and folly together with the mystery of her unexplained nightm This book was absolutely fabulous [the missing star stems from feeling that some things just worked out too smoothly As Jude goes back to her childhood environment, on duty, she unravels the mystery of Starbrough Hall and folly together with the mystery of her unexplained nightmares that she shares with her 7yo niece, Summer.

Jude studied the true story of the history of the documents' original owners from the mid eighteenth century - and us reader study it with her - one piece at a time. With every layer of mystery that gets peeled, every secret that gets revealed, she and us readers understood more about the history of the place and the history of her own family which is entangled in that of the folly.

In addition, as a side story, Jude also dealt with the loss of her husband, Mark and the courage to move on - four years after her loss. The characters were well developed and endearing some infuriating. I loved how each piece of the puzzle was revealed incrementally to help keep the sophistication of the plot and the thrill of reading and finding out how everything connects.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves historical fiction. Feb 16, Kathy Hiester rated it it was ok. In many ways I loved A Place of Secrets. I felt the fundamental story worked even though it was a little sluggish and the story was so charming that I felt bound to continue to find out how things turned out.

There were some interesting sub-plots including an intricate sibling relationship. However this book was totally ruined by poor editing.

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I have never read or edited a book with so many mistakes. Jan 12, Elise McCune rated it liked it Shelves: A Place of Secrets is just the type of book I like to read.

Jude works as a valuer at a London auction house and is successful in her job. A collection of 18th century books offers Jude an opportunity to combine work and a visit to her family in Norfolk. Rachel Hore very quickly establishes Jude as a warm, caring woman dealing with great sadness.

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There are twists and turns and one of A Place of Secrets is just the type of book I like to read. There are twists and turns and one of my favourite things with the linking of the past and the present. I enjoyed this story and while not a quick read I enjoyed it immensely. Apr 19, Rosie rated it did not like it.

This was probably the worst book I have ever read, I would give it 0 stars if I could. Very badly written with corny dialogue, and the plot is terrible. The only link between the past and the present are some convenient 'dreams' and many many coincidences. It was a seriously awful book, stick to Kate Morton if you enjoy family history mysteries. Sep 03, MaryannC.

Book Fiend rated it liked it Shelves: I give this 3. Apr 19, Jennifer Hodges Young rated it really liked it. This starts a little slow but once it gets going it is really well done.

You slowly come to see how it all fits together in a tight puzzle. Jul 21, Anne rated it it was amazing. This one isn't published in the UK until 5th August, and thanks to Liz for passing it on. This one has all the elements I've loved in her previous books - the strong modern heroine, the gorgeous love interest in Euan, the extended family with secrets, the supernatural bits, the finding of a diary from the s the foundling child, the gypsies, the mysterious folly, the story of early astronomical discoveries I loved every moment of it, and couldn't put it down!

Jul 24, Lusie rated it really liked it. I choose to read this book based on the beautiful cover, and did not regret picking it up. It's a charming story about Judith Jude who works as an antique appraiser. She goes to an estate to valuate astronomical books and equipment. There she finds an intriguing journal written by a girl named Esther who seemed to have been wiped from the family tree.

Jude is determined to find out the secrets of the past. I liked the characters, each one had a unique character. My favorite character is Esther I choose to read this book based on the beautiful cover, and did not regret picking it up.

My favorite character is Esther. You feel like you really get to know her through her journal. It feels like you are really there with her. I love books in which secrets of the past are unraveled, and this book is no exception. It is a bit slow paced, but there is a lovely atmosphere. In the end everything comes together.

Though there are too many coincidences to still be realistic. Personally, I think the story would have been better if some of Jude's families secrets were left out. There are parts in the book that can not be explained, like the dreams Jude and her niece had. This adds a paranormal element to the book.

I'm not sure what to think of it. It was just so strange, but didn't put me of. What I thought was a nice tough was that even though Jude did not discover all secrets, the reader found out what happened through accounts of the events through the eyes of the involved persons. Overall I really enjoyed the book and thought it was hard to put down.

I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves historical fiction. May 20, Christina Rochester rated it really liked it. Okay so I'm going to be a grumpy cow about this one; most likely because I'm still in hospital and now have a cannula in the back of my hand and I've spent half the morning being sick.

But hey ho. I wasn't as keen on this one compared to other Rachel Hore books I've read. A Place of Secrets seemed to be a lot slower in its story and the ending felt a little too convenient. It just seemed that things tied together far too well and that gave things an unrealistic feel for me. Plus I felt we never r Okay so I'm going to be a grumpy cow about this one; most likely because I'm still in hospital and now have a cannula in the back of my hand and I've spent half the morning being sick.

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Plus I felt we never really had a satisfactory explanation for the dreams which is a shame. Although I absolutely loved the glimpses of the Romany life being part Romany myself. I adored Esther's back story and loved how this was revealed over the course of the book.

She really is an amazing character. This one is well worth a read. View all 3 comments. Sep 21, Terena rated it really liked it Shelves: An enjoyable read centred on a lady who works for an auction agency in London and lands a job selling the effects of an ancestral pile in Norfolk. I know nothing about astronomy so cannot say whether the story was accurate or not, however it was a nice easy family history mystery with a side story of romance and family secrets as well.

Jun 24, Lynette rated it liked it Shelves: Really 2. It was contrived and convoluted. Bu the end, I couldn't remember any of the connections.

The writing itself was annoying at times, with excruciating detail about writing an email or getting a quote on an item. I really trudged through this one. It felt there were too many twists and turns and all got a bit confusing I liked the style of writing and the characters but it just lost its way for me.

Feb 15, Julie Goucher rated it it was amazing. This book had a complex storyline and it takes great skill to weave the threads of the book separately then coming together to bring the story to conclusion. The central character is Jude, who works at a London auctioneers house and by chance answers a ringing telephone in her office.

The caller wants a valuation on a fascinating collection of early astronomical books and equipment which have been passed down through his family. Chapter Twenty-two Chapter Twenty-three Chapter Twenty-four Chapter Twenty-five Chapter Twenty-six Chapter Twenty-seven Chapter Twenty-eight Chapter Twenty-nine Chapter Thirty Chapter Thirty-one Chapter Thirty-two Chapter Thirty-three Chapter Thirty-four Chapter Thirty-five Chapter Thirty-six Chapter Thirty-seven Chapter Thirty-eight Chapter Thirty-nine Chapter Forty Chapter Forty-one Chapter Forty-two Chapter Forty-three Chapter Forty-four Chapter Forty-five Chapter Forty-six Chapter Forty-seven Chapter Forty-eight Acknowledgements Copyright page.

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