The Woman in the Wood
by Lesley Pearse
Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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Fifteen-year-old Maisy and Duncan Mitcham twins have always had each other.Until the fateful day in the woodsOne night in 1960, the twins awake to find their father pulling their mother shout from the houseShe must be interned in an asylumIt is, so that their father insists, for his own goodIt is not long before they, too, are abducted to their London home and sent to the Rossignols – a large deep house in the New Forest countryside – to be watched by their cold-hearted grandmother, Mrs MitchamAlthough they feel abandoned and unloved, at least here they have something that he had never had freedom beforeThe twins are left to their own devices, to explore, to find new friends and first novelsThat’s when Duncan didn’t come back for dinner.And it’s not to come back the next dayOr the one afterWhen the bodies of other young boys are discovered in the vicinity of the police seem to abandon hope of finding Duncan aliveWith Mrs. Mitcham showing little interest in her missing grandson, it’s up to Maisy to find out the truthAnd she knows exactly where to startThe woman who lives alone in the woods, that many rumors aboundA woman named Grace DevilleWoman in the Woods is a powerful, passionate and sinister story of a young woman of courage, friendship and determination from one of the most popular storytellers in the world.Praise for Lesley Pearse’s’warming the Heart’ and evocation, a real pleasure to read the’Sun’ of A Tale that gallops along, it is Pearse’s quintessence that will delight his army of’by readers of The Daily Mail’ Glorious, comforting’Woman & Home’ Evocative, irresistible, said from the heart’Express Sunday
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