An Autumn in Araby

An Autumn in Araby An Autumn in Araby opens in Suffolk where Suzanna Copley has just arrived to take charge of widower s Justin Ormerod s uncontrollable young son Rupert But she soon realises that Castle Delamer

  • Title: An Autumn in Araby
  • Author: Carola Salisbury
  • ISBN: 9780517468548
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An Autumn in Araby opens in Suffolk 1869 , where Suzanna Copley has just arrived to take charge of widower s Justin Ormerod s uncontrollable young son, Rupert But she soon realises that Castle Delamere holds far greater dangers than the tantrums of one small boy, and as she befriends him she learns that he is in need of protection than discipline.When her employer aAn Autumn in Araby opens in Suffolk 1869 , where Suzanna Copley has just arrived to take charge of widower s Justin Ormerod s uncontrollable young son, Rupert But she soon realises that Castle Delamere holds far greater dangers than the tantrums of one small boy, and as she befriends him she learns that he is in need of protection than discipline.When her employer announces that he has been commissioned to paint scenes commemorating the opening of the Suez Canal, and that Suzanna and Rupert are to accompany him on the long sea voyage to Egypt, she is delighted, believing that they can leave fear and trouble behind She cannot know that a murderer is tracking their footsteps and will be aboard the SS Hindustan, too, watching and waiting for an opportunity to kill the child who has unwittingly become an instrument of revenge.

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    • Misfit says:

      This was such a fun read, so many twists and turns and the most glorious end to a villain I can recall in a long time. Loved the cruise bit as the story and characters worked their way to Egypt for the formalities during the opening of the Suez Canal.

    • Sheri South says:

      It was fun to revisit the gothic/romantic suspense genre that held such a prominent place in my teenage reading (and, not coincidentally, gave me a lifelong thirst for travel to some of the exotic places I'd read about), and this book, published in 1980, was probably one of the last published in that genre before it was completely swallowed up by historical romances of the "sweet/savage" variety. As a representative of the genre, this book features the requisite atmospheric setting (in this case [...]

    • Delores Alger says:

      pseud michael butterworth

    • Lola says:

      DNF. Too insufferable. Felt like Atonement all over again. Don't recommend.

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