Published: 28/02/2016
ISBN: 9781784624675
eISBN: 9781785894381
Format: Paperback/eBook

"I find this read to be positively riveting. The writing is engaging, and the storytelling is well done. As a reader, it is rare to be so invested… Well thought out and expertly told. Definitely a story that kept me thinking about long after the last words were read"
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The Golden Anklet
by Beverley Hansford

Beverley Hansford delivers his third romantic novel, shot through with suspense and intrigue. The Golden Anklet is full of dark secrets and suspense that will keep readers enthralled until the last page.

Orphan Jane Carroll has always wanted to know more about her parents and who they were, but when she starts to look deeper into her family background, she receives a disturbing revelation. Things are not quite as she had always believed them to be...

‘The cold facts seem to be that somebody out there wants to get rid of me, and I don’t know who it is.’

Desperate to find out the truth about her past, she sets out to delve deeper into the mystery, but as the answers to her questions begin to emerge, she discovers that she has become innocently embroiled in a web of mystery and intrigue. When she eventually discovers who she really is, she finds herself in a situation which is completely unfamiliar. Her new identity places her very existence under threat and it seems as if only a miracle can save her from an unknown fate...

The Golden Anklet will keep readers guessing until the very end.

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4 out of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book. I found the style of the author's writing quite old fashioned and it initially came across as stilted, however I soon became quite used to it and found it didn't affect the flow of the story. I initially struggled to work out what time period the book was based in and it seemed from the description of Jane's clothes and shoes to be 80's/early 90's however I then realised from the descriptions of the family background programmes, laptops and emails that it was based in a more modern time period. I think the author may have got confused about the time period the story was based in at times during the story. Putting that aside I though the story flowed well giving a good description of Jane's blossoming relationship and her discovers about her family background. I have to say I could see the ending coming but it was still enjoyable. I would recommend this book.

by Claire Moore


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