Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Hartford Inheritance by Jane A. Hobden

Book Description

Intense, gripping, psychological thriller.

As a child, Kitty Harmer had her world turned upside down when her twin sister, Sarah, was taken 
into care. Now aged 26 and struggling, she is contacted about the inheritance of a property she has 
never heard of miles away. Kitty seizes the opportunity and moves into Belford Hall, set on acres of 
land in Norfolk.

Kitty is soon drawn to the charms of the Norfolk countryside, and a local farmer. As she settles into 
the primitive manor house, she discovers a book titled Hartford Place locked in a library drawer. Kitty soon learns of the stories surrounding the Hall, a curse made in the 1800s and a past she knew 
nothing about. Her Hartford ancestors mirror Kitty with their raven hair and emerald eyes and have all suffered tragedy, with veiled secrets buried deep.

When the twins reunite, Sarah reveals a hardship that unsettles Kitty’s memories of her own childhood. Is there a curse on the Hartford family? Is there a ghostly presence at the Hall? This thriller takes Kitty on a journey through a past that emulates her future. With twists and turns through history and the present, you will be swept into the Hartford Inheritance and the passionate jealousy that shadows the identical twins through the generations.

About the Author

Since I was a child, I have enjoyed literature and would spend countless hours after school tucked 
away in my bedroom reading and composing stories.  My daughter, who is 11 years old, does exactly 
same. She adores the process of story-telling and when we discussed what she wanted to be, she 
said without any hesitation an Author. It melted my heart. It’s where my passion has always been.  It’ hard to believe that after starting the process of writing my debut novel in 2011, I have finally 
published.  I hope very much that you enjoy my writing and I intend to follow The Hartford 

Inheritance with a prequel and a sequel.I live in the South East Coast of England, where I have always lived and  which I adore. I’ve been married for 12 years now to a man who inspires me and with whom I am still very much in love. We have two children together, Harriet, now aged 11 years, and Toby, aged 6 years. My parents are my rocks and have taught me all my best qualities – to be fair and kind to everyone. They have always been there for me and they are very proud of me for achieving my goal of publishing my first book. This book is dedicated to all of my family, whom I love so very much.

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