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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Review: The Summer House Party

The Summer House Party

The Summer House Party by Caro Fraser
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

You get real good value for money with this book, its a heaping 512 pages thick full of goodness, drama, intrigue and mystery.

I was very lucky to receive a proof copy from Head of Zeus which I will forever treasure.

Its the summer of 1936 and a group of people meet up at the Summer House. Its 'party' time. Champagne is flowing nicely, chit chatter being had and flowing nicely and what would a party be without a little bit of flirting. Dan had a 'thing' for Meg and she was in his thoughts as he was getting ready for the summer party.

A fight breaks out on the lawn between Latimer and Asher. Dan ran down the stairs needing to separate the pair of them. It turns out the fight was over a game of cards.
A few rows, bickerings follow including some loving behind closed doors.

A death suddenly occurs that put a stop to all the high adventure and revelry which now suddenly alters the entire meet up at the Summer House party.

Its a fabulously written book which will have you turning page after page. The conversations that go on and the intrigue of 'oh what is going to happen next' is well on the agenda as you flip the pages.

Within 3 years war will break out.

For anyone who loves to read books such as this, its a "must" read.

The Summer House Party Caro Fraser

The Summer House Party by Caro Fraser  which we are publishing on 6th April.  Set during the two
 World Wars,
 in the gloriously hot summer of 1936. a group of people meet at a country house party..
.none has an inkling that the choices they will make will have fateful consequences lasting 
through the War and beyond.

The Summer 
Caro Fraser

Publication Date: 6th April 2017
Price: £18.99

"Fraser writes with fluent flair. Her irony is light but merciless,
benefiting from a good ear for dialogue."
The Daily Telegraph

"Fraser engages her readers quickly and never lets go."

In the gloriously hot summer of 1936, a group of people meet at a country house
 Within three years, the country will be engulfed in war, but for now time 
stands still as they sip champagne on the lawn, engaging in casual flirtations 
and carefree conversation. Then a shocking death puts an end to their revelry, 
changing everything in an instant.

For all of them, that summer house party will be a turning point.

 The mistakes made during that fateful weekend will change their lives forever.

Caro Fraser is the author of the bestselling Caper Court novels, based on 
her own experiences as a lawyer. She is the daughter of bestselling Flashman author
 George MacDonald Fraser.

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