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The House of Lost Wives: A spellbinding mystery of a house filled with secrets

Rebecca Hardy

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Historical mysteries, Historical romance, Historical fiction

The truth lies in the walls of Ambletye Manor . . . A thrilling regency tale for fans of Eve Chase, Louise Douglas and Tracy Rees.

The truth lies in the walls of Ambletye Manor . . .

'Expertly researched, vividly drawn, and so much fun! Absolute delight of a book, with a quirky supernatural twist. Five fabulous stars from me' JENNI KEER

A thrilling regency tale - filled with mystery, romance and secrets - for fans of Eve Chase, Louise Douglas and Tracy Rees.

'Filled with mystery, the supernatural, friendship and romance. This was a story I found hard to put down as it was very gripping and had some twists and turns on the way' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ reader review

'I loved how this story unfolded and can't wait to read more from Rebecca!' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ reader review

'Oh my gosh this was incredible . . . I would wholeheartedly recommend . . . Definitely one of my favourite books this year, and an author I can't wait to read more from' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ reader review

'I really enjoyed reading this . . . a hidden gem that has a Gothic feel' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ reader review

Secrets. Lies.
And four missing wives.

1813. Lizzie's beloved older sister Esme is sold in marriage to the aging Lord Blountford to settle their father's debts.

One year later, Esme is dead, and Lizzie is sent to take her place as Lord Blountford's next wife.

Arriving at Ambletye Manor, Lizzie uncovers a twisted web of secrets, not least that she is to be the fifth mistress of this house.

Marisa. Anne. Pansy. Esme.

What happened to the four wives who came before her?

In possession of a unique gift, only Lizzie can hear their stories, and try to find a way to save herself from sharing the same fate.

Loved The House of Lost Wives? Don't miss Rebecca Hardy's new novel The Merchant's Daughter. Available now!

More reader praise for The House of Lost Wives!

'Wow, totally gripping, really enjoyable read' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ reader review 'My first ever read by this author and honestly I can't wait to read more . . . unique, entertaining . . . Hardy's writing was phenomenal'

'A brilliant read , full of creepy atmosphere and creeping dread . . . Loved it'

'A really enjoyable read, Bridgerton meets Rentag
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Rebecca Hardy

Rebecca Hardy was born and raised in London, England and has lived between Sussex and London all her life.

Writing since an early age, she is a regular contributor to photographic publications and blogs as well as short works of fiction, and shares love for books on her Instagram profile @Rebecca_readsbooks.

She now lives in West Sussex with her two lively boys, two equally lively cats and her husband. The House of Lost Wives is her debut adult novel.

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