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Silent on the Moor by Deanna Raybourn
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Mar 24, 12

bookshelves: mystery

Before writing Silent on the Moor Deanna Raybourn must have been listening to a certain Kate Bush song while reading a certain Bronte novel. Julia goes to Nicholas Brisbane's home to try and resolve things between them. What she finds is a house full of bizarre women (OK, 3) and Brisbane himself even more inscrutable then before. Then she finds the bodies of two babies who have been mummified where once again she plunges in to solve the mystery behind it all.
It is my least favourite of the trilogy. The characters are over blown and the plot was so obviously ripped from a Bronte novel. However, I did read it 'till the end so it wasn't that bad. Only read if you are in a gothic frame of mind.

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