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Isabel's Wedding

Family secrets and lies threaten one woman’s upcoming nuptials in this suspenseful turn-of-the-century novel from the author of The Boat House.

Canterbury, 1900. Olivia Fratton will scream if she hears the words “Isabel’s wedding” one more time; she’s struggling to cope with her little sister’s demands on their limited budget. But Olivia is not the only Fratton with worries: Isabel; older brother Theo; and the “golden boy” of the family, Luke, all have their own troubles. But these pale into insignificance when a letter is delivered from someone none of the family ever expected to hear from again . . .

Praise for Pamela Oldfield’s novels
“Fans of traditional mysteries will welcome British author Oldfield’s elegant historical . . . memorable characters and a juicy family drama will satisfy most readers.” —Publishers Weekly on The Boat House

“Closely-knit plot . . . all too human characters.” —Booklist on The Great Betrayal

“More atmospheric than mysterious, with a mournful tinge but a happy finale—a mild, pleasant Gothic romance of the old school.” —Kirkus Reviews on The Boat House

Pamela Oldfield

Pamela Oldfield's books have been translated into Spanish, German and Russian. Her adult novels are described as a blend of historical fiction and family saga, each one thoroughly researched with the help of her husband, Joseph, who photographs and videos the various locations necessary for the backgrounds.

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