The Silk House: The thrilling new historical novel from the bestselling author of The Botanist's Daughter

The Silk House: The thrilling new historical novel from the bestselling author of The Botanist's Daughter

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A chilling historical gothic novel that explores the dark and murky world of silk weaving, embroidery and herbalism in the 17th century.
Author: Kayte Nunn

Format: Paperback / softback

Number of Pages: 384


'Exquisitely written, this vivid story may just bewitch you' Woman 'Utterly spellbinding' Natasha Lester 'Exquisitely written, this vivid story may just bewitch you' Woman's Weekly An enchanting mystery kept hidden for hundreds of years... 1700s Rowan Caswell leaves her village to work at the home of an English silk merchant. Very soon, she finds herself thrust into a dangerous world, where her talent for herbs and healing starts to attract unwanted attention. Mary-Louise Stephenson dreams of becoming a silk designer, a path that has remained largely forbidden to women. A length of fabric she weaves with a pattern of deadly flowers will have shocking consequences for all who dwell at the Silk House. Present Day Thea Rust arrives at an exclusive boarding school in the British countryside to look after the first intake of girls in its history. She is to stay with them in the Silk House, a converted silk factory from the 18th century, where the shadows hide secrets waiting to be discovered...
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Author: Kayte Nunn

Format: Paperback / softback

Number of Pages: 384


'Exquisitely written, this vivid story may just bewitch you' Woman 'Utterly spellbinding' Natasha Lester 'Exquisitely written, this vivid story may just bewitch you' Woman's Weekly An enchanting mystery kept hidden for hundreds of years... 1700s Rowan Caswell leaves her village to work at the home of an English silk merchant. Very soon, she finds herself thrust into a dangerous world, where her talent for herbs and healing starts to attract unwanted attention. Mary-Louise Stephenson dreams of becoming a silk designer, a path that has remained largely forbidden to women. A length of fabric she weaves with a pattern of deadly flowers will have shocking consequences for all who dwell at the Silk House. Present Day Thea Rust arrives at an exclusive boarding school in the British countryside to look after the first intake of girls in its history. She is to stay with them in the Silk House, a converted silk factory from the 18th century, where the shadows hide secrets waiting to be discovered...