'Rachel Rhys is in a league of her own, creating compelling, engrossing historical mysteries that grip readers by the throat every single time' LISA JEWELL
'Rachel Rhys should be everyone's summer reader' CLARE MACKINTOSH
An isolated castle, a deadly crime. Is this real or a nightmare?
In a remote castle high up in the Tuscan hills secrets are simmering among its glamorous English residents:
The ailing gentleman art-dealer
His dazzling niece
Her handsome Fascist husband
Their neglected young daughter
The housekeeper who knows everything
and Connie, the English widow working for them.
Every night, Connie hears sinister noises and a terrible wailing inside the walls. Is she losing her grip on reality?
Or does someone in the castle want her gone?
Readers love Rachel Rhys' books:
'Wow! A knock-out book. Very Hitchcockian and Highsmith-esque with a delicious building of tension throughout' *****
'There is something immensely captivating about the way Rachel Rhys writes and it only took minutes for me to be transported' *****
'I wanted to give it six stars. The mystery and the menace make this book one I will want to read over again' *****