Wednesday 23 March 2022

A Gate To Somewhen Else by L J Hutton

A Gate To Somewhen Else
L J Hutton


Chill with a Book READERS’ Award

Kat’s boss has vanished. The police suspect her. But they’ll never find him where he’s gone! Only Kat can help him.

Interior designer Kat desperately needs this commission restoring the Edwardian mansion of Fownhope Priors, but her employer Scott’s wife and mother-in-law are a nightmare. Yet when they are killed in suspicious circumstances, and she is the last person to see him, she can’t help but be drawn in to the family’s feuds. Where has Scott Hawkesmoor vanished to? Is it back to Yorkshire where his wife and mother-in-law died? Or is it somewhere far stranger? And how can she ever explain it to anyone – especially the police – let alone how she knows?

Enlisting the help of Scott’s solicitor and friend, Drew, seems like a good idea, but she finds herself confusingly attracted to him. Could he or Scott cope with her past? Then her own family’s dark secret rears its ugly head and an over-eager detective jumps to the wrong conclusions. Can Kat convince Drew and the police that she’s not a murderess? Why won’t Drew trust her, and what is his own strange past that he’s hiding? Yet above all, once she discovers where Scott is trapped, can she find a way to send him a message that will show him the way back home, and can he go through the right gateway? Or will he end up somewhen else altogether?

Do you love mysteries with a paranormal twist by authors like Irina Shapiro, Jane Ann Krentz, Phil Rickman or James Oswald? Or maybe a dash of romance with your mystery as with Barbara Erskine, Lucinda Riley, and Karen Swan; or the magical elements of Diana Gabaldon’s Lord John Grey novels? Then this is a book for you!

Pages: 404
Genre: Psychic Suspense 

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