From the desk of Eleanor Clark:
In post-World War I England, a young woman inherits a mysterious house with an even more mysterious library.
With the stroke of a pen, twenty-three-year-old Ivy Radcliffe becomes Lady Hayworth, owner of a sprawling estate on the Yorkshire moors. Ivy has never heard of Blackwood Abbey, or of the ancient bloodline from which she’s descended. With nothing to keep her in London since losing her brother in the Great War, she warily makes her way to her new home. The abbey is foreboding, the servants reserved and suspicious. But there is a treasure waiting Continue reading “The Last Heir to the Blackwood Library: A Novel, by Hester Fox — A Review”