Thursday 24 June 2021

The Visitor by Sara Sartagne

The Visitor


A PREMIER Readers’ Award

Premier Readers’ Award is honoured to books that receive exceptional high evaluations from Chill Readers.

This book is shortlisted for Book of the Month.

US review: "I was hooked almost from the beginning. I knew the lives of the two women would intersect at some point, I just did not know how. And, what I thought might happen - did not."
UK review: "it's a cracking read. Intriguing, appealing characters, funny, very nicely paced, well written."

Two outsiders connected by love. Four hundred years apart. 2019. Trainee teacher Stacie Hayward is spending the summer with her brilliant, academic family. And with her ghosts. It’s a strange gift that she’s had since childhood - and learned to keep quiet about. When Stacie’s parents invite American professor Nate to stay, Stacie’s ghosts suddenly vanish. Then Stacie is visited by the ghost of a young woman who calls her cousin and who offers to protect her. But protect her from what? 1619. Sarah Bartlett, a young healer, is suspected of witchcraft. The only person to defend her is John Dillington, the new parson. But is he in love – or bewitched? And can he save her from the flames? Alone and bewildered, Stacie uncovers more of her past and realises that choices made long ago are rippling through time to threaten her. History may be repeating itself – but this time, it’s Stacie who’s in danger. The Visitor is the first in a new series of Duality Novels that always feature two storylines, somehow connected. If you like contemporary romance interwoven with historical suspense and adventure, explore Sara Sartagne’s new novel today.

Pages: 352
 Genre:   Historical Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Fiction

The Visitor
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