The Distant Hours
Edie Burchill and her mother have never been close, but when a letter arrives one Sunday, marked with the return address ofMillderhurst Castle, Kent, Edie begins to suspect that her mother's emotional distance masks an old secret.
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Review: The Distant HoursUser Review - Carolyn F. - Goodreads
Okay, I gave this book 50 plus pages, bored. Went to the back of the book and hoped it had a gripping ending that I would love. Nope. I didn't care for this book and the Mud Man story that is supposed to be such a classic was anything but for me. Not my cup of tea. Read full review
Review: The Distant HoursUser Review - Susan MO - Goodreads
This book was just okay for me. I ended up not caring anything about the characters. This book is too long and it has a lot of boring parts to it. In the end it is too predictable. Read full review
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