The Shadow Palace : The House of Closed Doors

  • by Jane Steen
  • Narrated by Elizabeth Klett
  • Series: The House of Closed Doors
  • 12 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For unwed mother Nell Lillington, 1876 Chicago - and her new wealth - offer the promise of longed-for independence. She dreams of a place in society for her daughter Sarah and contentment for her friend Tess. Yet how can she settle in a town where she's far too likely to run into Martin Rutherford and his glittering, faithless wife, Lucetta? Can she resist her love for Martin for Sarah's sake?
Martin was doubtless joking when he told Nell that if she got herself mixed up with a murderer for the third time, he'd disown her. But when Martin himself is arrested for murder, Nell's dreams appear to be swallowed up in the new web of secrets she constructs to help him. Secrets that threaten to alienate Tess, Sarah, and even Martin....
The third book in the House of Closed Doors series will take you to a Chicago teeming with opportunistic new Americans, luxury-loving merchant princes and hard-hearted denizens of the underworld.


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The Shadow Palace

The Shadow Palace
: Jane Steen

The 3rd book in the trilogy, I listened to the first book, but somehow missed book 2. This being said the story jumped ahead to Chicago with Nell trying to make a life for herself and her daughter and dear friend. There is a murder, suspense, and romance on the journey with plenty of twists and turns. I need to go back and listen to book 2.

The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed. Elizabeth Klett gives a wonderful performance.

"I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator."
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- April H.

Lovely Series Finale.

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This is the third book in a series and although it could be good on its own I suggest reading the full series. It’s worth it! At this point in the story Nell has accumulated a good amount of wealth due to sound investments her great friend Martin helped her make. With her good fortune she is now trying to start a new life in Chicago with her daughter and good friend Tess. But as usual, bad things tend to happen around Nell. The twits and turns in this book are unique from the other two and keep you intrigued and interested. The narration of Elizabeth Klett is wonderful. She continues to do a great job with the character voices and with making the story come to life. If you enjoy a historical romance filled with intrigue, you should enjoy this audiobook.

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- Kathleen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-31-2017
  • Publisher: Aspidistra Press