The House Between Tides

A Novel

An immersive story of a woman returning to her ancestral home and discovers a century-old secret.

By Sarah Maine Read by Justine Eyre Contemporary / Fiction / Literary / Women's Fiction English, Unabridged 12h 7m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Description
							Following the deaths of her last living relatives, Hetty Deveraux returns to her ancestral home, a crumbling estate in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, with the intention of renovating and reselling it as a hotel. As she dives headfirst into the repairs, she discovers human remains beneath a rotting floorboard in the basement. Hungry for answers, Hetty sets out to unravel the estate’s secret—and those of its former inhabitants, including Beatrice Blake, a woman  who moved there a century ago with her husband Theo, a famous painter. Following whispered rumors and a handful of leads, Hetty soon discovers that no one knows exactly what happened to Beatrice, only that her actions have reverberated throughout history, affecting Hetty’s present in startling ways.
Reviews

“Scotland’s Outer Hebrides provides the sensuous setting for [this] impressive debut…[a] beautifully crafted novel.” - Publishers Weekly

"Maine skillfully balances a Daphne du Maurier atmosphere with a Barbara Vine-like psychological mystery...The setting emerges as the strongest personality in this compelling story, evoking passion in the characters as fierce as the storms which always lurk on the horizon. A debut historical thriller which deftly blends classic suspense with modern themes." - Kirkus Reviews

“Maine contrasts Hetty’s present-day consternation with the past story of Blake and his wife, delivering details at a perfectly suspenseful pace…the historic mystery will keep readers guessing right up until the end.” - Booklist

"Eyre delivers the alternating time periods and characters, keeping the voices unique and the period diction spot-on...Eyre makes this entertaining listen." - AudioFile