• by Kimberley Freeman
  • Narrated by Caroline Lee
  • 19 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From Outback Australia to London and Greece comes a captivating story of passion, greed, secrets and lies.A story of passion, greed, secrets and lies.Present day: A reclusive woman living in outback Australia receives a letter acknowledging a terrible secret from her past.Thirty years before, she stole another woman's life. From the moment the letter is opened two women are on a collision course with destiny.From the London pop scene, to the opera stages of Europe; from a tiny Greek island, to a stifling manor house full of secrets and deceptions; from the sun-drenched Queensland coast, to the silent outback; Angela and Ellie are two women both looking for something. One in search of her identity and her memory; the other in search of the love that she had and lost; theirs is a duet whose last note will not be sung until the heart-stopping climax, when a shadow from the past returns to claim them both.


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Gosh that was a great story!

I listen to many audio books and try and do a little research and see what other reviewers are saying. This appeared to be a very new release and I couldn't find a great deal of information on it, so I want to let you know - WHAT AN ENJOYABLE STORY!!! It's a long sweeping saga that follows the lives of multiple, intertwined people, but not so many characters as to lose track. I don't want to ruin the story for anyone, so I won't give anything away, but I did not have the ending or the truth figured out! The story kept my interest all the way through. I became attached to the characters and wanted to know what was going to happen to them. The narrator is terrific! If you liked The Secret Garden and The Shifting Fog by Kate Morton - you will enjoy this sweeping family saga too (it's even better than The Shifting Fog 8-O ). It's well written. Characters nicely developed. VERY EXCELLENT ENJOYABLE BOOK! Looking forward to this authors' next adventure in print!
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Awesome Narrator Makes Good Book Better

I enjoyed this book, but I think writers who compared it to Shifting Fog or Forgotten Garden were influenced more by Caroline Lee's wonderful narration than the quality of the writing. This is a book I would certainly recommend, but I don't think the writing can match the lyrical style with which Kate Morton spins her intoxicatingly suspenseful tales. You'll enjoy it more if you let it stand on its own merits, rather than expecting to find another unforgettable Kate Morton novel.
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- Christine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-28-2008
  • Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd