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Odile Annesley, once-beloved matriarch to the grand Annesley clan, has been living in self-imposed exile for forty years following a family tragedy. With her eightieth birthday approaching, she contacts her scattered grandchildren to give them details about her will.
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Published February 7th 2001 by Mysterious Press
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Maureen Vincent-Northam
Odile Annesley has lived alone in France for forty odd years. She contacts her grandchildren in order to give them the gist of her will and they get together and plan a family party in France.

We get to meet many of this family – and there are at least a million of them so it was, at times, very confusing. Some characters’ lives were more interesting than others and, where we were subjected to those whose stories didn’t form the main action, I have to admit I found myself skimming over the text.
Alison Jones
Quick read but a bit confusing at times as there were so many family members. Had to keep checking the family tree provided at the front.
this one was too confusing for me to stay with it. there were too many characters introduced within the first few chapters and I just couldn't keep their relationships straight. I was spending more time flipping to the front of the book to try to find people on the family tree than actually reading the story. I did skip to the back (something I rarely do) just to satisfy my curiousity as to how it ended. that was sufficient.
Kind of like an Agatha Christie story, where a group of people are gathered together in a creepy house and get killed off one by one. The surprise ending wasn't all that surprising.
A great mystery. Many family members to keep track of but still a good read.
An unexpected ending..
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