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Eve Chase

Biography

Eve Chase

Eve Chase is the author of BLACK RABBIT HALL, THE WILDLING SISTERS and THE DAUGHTERS OF FOXCOTE MANOR. She lives in Oxford, England, with her husband and three children.

Eve Chase

Books by Eve Chase

by Eve Chase - Fiction, Mystery, Women's Fiction

England, 1970. On the one-year anniversary of the Harrington family's darkest night, their beautiful London home goes up in flames. Mrs. Harrington, the two children and live-in nanny Rita relocate to Foxcote Manor, ostensibly to recuperate. But when 13-year-old Hera discovers a baby girl abandoned just beyond their garden gate, this tiniest, most wondrous of secrets brings a much-needed sunlit peace, until a visitor detonates the family's tenuous happiness. All too soon a body lies dead in the woods. Forty years later, London-based Sylvie has buried her own origin story decades ago, never imagining her teenage daughter would have a shocking reason to dig up the past --- and to ask Sylvie to finally face the secrets that lead her back to Foxcote Manor.

by Eve Chase - Fiction

When 15-year-old Margot and her three sisters arrive at Applecote Manor in June 1959, they expect a quiet English country summer. Instead, they find their aunt and uncle still reeling from the disappearance of their daughter, Audrey, five years before. When the summer takes a deadly turn, the girls must unite behind an unthinkable choice or find themselves torn apart forever. Fifty years later, Jesse is desperate to move her family out of their London home, and Applecote Manor seems to be the perfect solution. But Jesse finds herself increasingly isolated in their new sprawling home, at odds with her 15-year-old stepdaughter and haunted by the strange rumors that surround the manor.

by Eve Chase - Fiction

Amber Alton knows that the hours pass differently at Black Rabbit Hall, her London family’s country estate, where no two clocks read the same. More than three decades later, Lorna is determined to be married within the grand, ivy-covered walls of Pencraw Hall, known as Black Rabbit Hall among the locals. But as she’s drawn deeper into the overgrown grounds, half-buried memories of her mother begin to surface. Lorna soon finds herself ensnared within the manor’s labyrinthine history, overcome with an insatiable need for answers about her own past and that of the once-happy family whose memory still haunts the estate.