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Castle in the Clouds

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It is early twentieth century, and Thomas Llewellyn is a prominent City banker who purchases a castle close to the north east coast of England. The aim of his acquisition is to accommodate and entertain his wealthy clients, but a shipwreck he witnesses is about to change his life for ever. Llewellyn's dream existence is about to become a nightmare...
Paperback, 226 pages
Published April 19th 2011 by Griffin Publishing
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A very entertaining book - one of the best I've read in a long time. The plot unfolds in a nice crisp forward pace and the characters are well-developed. It was easy to relate to each of them as their personalities unfolded and their own personal agendas became apparent. The suspense and intrigue will keep you glued until the final satisfying ending.
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