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Treveryan

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Set in Cornwall, this is a spell-binding story of the way in which the secrets of the past affect the present. At Treveryan, we enter a house and a landscape familiar to any reader who has dreamed of Manderley. But Angela du Maurier, sister to the more famous Daphne, explores this territory with candour and sensitivity all her own.

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Paperback, 272 pages
Published March 10th 2003 by Truran (first published 1942)
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Jane
An elegant manor house, set on the wild Cornish coast; a house that captures the hearts and souls of those who live their. A story of love, secrets, and their consequences, with wonderful gothic overtones.

It might be Manderlay but it isn’t, this is Treveryan. The creation not of Daphne Du Maurier, but her of elder sister, Angela. Two sisters, and two very different writers; but, of course writers with the same background, and with many of the same influences.

Angela’s writing lacks the subtlety,...more
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Mar 06, 2014 ☯Bettie☯ rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Silvana Rechtenthal
Fantastic. Angela du Maurier, Daphne du Maurier' sister, didn't get as known as her sister, but this book shows she was just as good as Daphne in writing. With wonderful settings in Cornwall, Angela builds the story of a family who could never dream of happiness. A really fantastic novel.
Glenys
On loan from my sister Gwyneth, I found it fascinating to read this engaging romantic melodrama from Daphne Du Maurier's sister. The same overblown Cornish-Gothic charm but less nuanced, less ambiguous. Very hard to put down!
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