Gad's Hall

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Doubleday, 1978 - Fiction - 282 pages
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An unutterable secret, kept so securely by the women of Gad's Hall a century past, creates havoc for its present day occupants.

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User Review  - bjh3038 - LibraryThing

Ok, the cover of my book has "A Novel of the Supernatural. Gad's Hall." To anyone that has read this book: where was the supernatural?? There were 2 pages of eerie feelings at the beginning of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - moonshineandrosefire - LibraryThing

The women of Gad's Hall have kept an unutterable secret safe for a century; now, one hundred years later, the repercussions of that secret come to light in the present, and affect the current ... Read full review

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Celebrated novelist Norah Lofts perfected the art of bringing the past alive in her works of historical fiction. She remains one of England's most distinguished and best loved women of letters, selling more than a million books and captivating generations of readers. Lofts' first novel, "I Met a Gypsy", won the American Booksellers' Award for 1935. In her long and prolific career, she wrote more than 60 books of nonfiction, biography and historical fiction, animating history and yet preserving historical accuracy. In works such as "Scent of Cloves" (1940), "Bless This House" (1954), and "Crown of Aloes" (1979), period detail and language are blended with a masterful storytelling technique. Lofts is also well known for biographical novels about great and fascinating women of history such as Anne Boleyn and Catherine of Aragon. In addition, Lofts has written thrillers under the pseudonym Peter Curtis and novels as Juliet Astley. Norah (Robinson) Lofts was born in Norfolk, England on August 27, 1904. She credited her history-teaching years, 1925 to 1936, for developing a sense of history which became the foundation for her writings. Married and the mother of two sons, she lived in an ancient English city, among medieval ruins, in a 250-year-old house. She died there on September 10, 1983.

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