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The Darkling Bride

Three generations of Irish nobles face their family secrets in this spellbinding novel from the award-winning author of the Boleyn King trilogy. The Gallagher family has called Deeprath Castle home for seven hundred years. Nestled in the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland, the estate is now slated to become a public trust, and book lover and scholar Carragh Ryan is hired to take inventory of its historic library. But after meeting Aidan, the current Viscount Gallagher, and his enigmatic family, Carragh knows that her task will be more challenging than shed thought. Two decades before, Aidans parents died violently at Deeprath. The case, which was never closed, has recently been taken up by a new detective determined to find the truth. The couples unusual deaths harken back a century, when twenty-three-year-old Lady Jenny Gallagher also died at Deeprath under mysterious circumstances, leaving behind an infant son and her husband, a renowned writer who never published again. These incidents only fueled fantastical theories about the Darkling Bride, a local legend of a sultry and dangerous woman from long ago whose wrath continues to haunt the castle. The past catches up to the present, and odd clues in the house soon have Carragh wondering if there are unseen forces stalking the Gallagher family. As secrets emerge from the shadows and Carragh gets closer to answersand to Aidancould she be the Darkling Brides next victim?...

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ISBN : 9780425286456
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Number of Pages : 369 pages
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The Darkling Bride by Laura Andersen Goodreads The Darkling Bride by Laura Andersen is Ballantine publication I had a feeling I d would like this one A seven hundred year old Irish castle, multiple family tragedies, mysteries, unsolved crimes, a legendary author, an unpublished manuscript, a dash of romance, and a library to die for Be still my heart The Darkling Bride Laura Andersen The Darkling Bride is the perfect winter read curl up in your favorite chair by the fire, make yourself a cup of hot chocolate, and open this engaging novel Laura Anderson combines a murder mystery, Irish legend, and romance into one very compelling story. The Darkling Bride lauraandersenbooks Laura Andersen, author of The Darkling Bride, The Boleyn Trilogy and The Tudor Legacy Trilogy The Darkling Bride A Novel eBook Laura Andersen Praise for The Darkling Bride A gorgeous concoction of Victorian gothic, mystery, and romance, all with an unforgettable library, The Darkling Bride is the perfect book to curl up with in front of a roaring fire Laura Andersen has created a masterpiece. The Darkling Bride Laura Andersen NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers can read books before they are published, in e galley or digital galley form Members register The Darkling Bride by Laura Andersen About The Darkling Bride Three generations of Irish nobles face their family secrets in this spellbinding novel from the award winning author of the Boleyn King trilogy The Gallagher family has called Deeprath Castle home for seven hundred years. The Darkling Bride by Laura Andersen Smart Bitches The Darkling Bride is a gothic mystery set in Ireland with the requisite crumbling castles, ghosts, and family secrets It also features a side romance. The Darkling Bride A Novel by Laura Andersen, Praise for The Darkling Bride A gorgeous concoction of Victorian gothic, mystery, and romance, all with an unforgettable library, The Darkling Bride is the perfect book to curl up with in front of a roaring fire. The Darkling Bride A Novel Hardcover The Darkling Bride A Novel Laura Andersen on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Three generations of Irish nobles face their family secrets in this The Darkling Bride Book Yarra Plenty Regional Library The Darkling Bride A Novel Book Andersen, Laura In the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland, Deeprath Castle is the home of the Darkling Bride, a local legend of a sultry and dangerous woman from long ago whose wrath continues to haunt the castle.

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  • Christine Roberts

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  • Mandie

    I normally don’t read a lot of historical fiction, but I really enjoyed The Darkling Bride! It was full of gothic romance and mystery! It was an intriguing and entertaining read! I would recommend this book.

  • Kristin

    I am a big fan of this author's alternative Tudor history series so I was eager to see how she did with more straight-forward historical fiction.

    A very satisfying, escapist read with a bit of Gothic overtones as well as the parallel narrator structure reminiscent of Kate Morton's works.

  • Marialyce

    3 moody Gothic stars

    Once upon a time, many of us would have loved to live in an Irish castle with its ghosts, secret rooms, hidden passages, and a very long history. For the Gallagher family tracing back hundreds of years that was their life. They had lived in a castle, they had experienced its tragedies, they had and were becoming a part of its history. Many things had transpired over those years and if the walls of the castle Deeprath, oh, the stories they would tell.

    Now, the castle is being t
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  • Julie

    The Darkling Bride by Laura Andersen is 2018 Ballantine publication.

    I had a feeling I’d would like this one!

    A seven- hundred- year old Irish castle, multiple family tragedies, mysteries, unsolved crimes, a legendary author, an unpublished manuscript, a dash of romance, and a library to die for- Be still my heart!

    This story is, in many ways, an ode to Gothic mystery and romances, especially those written back in the sixties and seventies by such acclaimed writers as Mary Stewart and Victoria H
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  • Karen

    I received this from netgalley.com in exchange for a review.

    Book lover and scholar Carragh Ryan is hired to take inventory of Deeprath Castle's historic library. But after meeting Aidan, the current Viscount Gallagher, and his enigmatic family, Carragh knows that her task will be more challenging than she’d thought.

    Queue up the creepy gothic music? Nope. The ingredients were there, ancient creepy castle and the owners are a creepy family with dark, creepy secrets but the story barely held my in
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  • Lisa

    What an enjoyable, escapist read! For lovers of historical fiction, Gothic fiction, and/or mystery, this book has it all. Andersen aptly braids together three storylines from three different time periods (current, 1970's-1990's, 1880's) and casts the Wicklow area of Ireland (complete with castle and ghosts) as a broody character as well. I finished reading it in a big armchair, cup of tea in hand, as I listened to the rain pattering against the window -- a truly fitting setting for such a novel.

  • Melisa

    A mystery based around a 700 year old Irish castle where the secrets lie within the antiquated books of its library. A bibliophile/history buff/reader’s dream scenario.

    This book has a lot going on in it, and I mean A LOT. Several different mysteries and timelines with elements of police procedural, gothic, historical fiction, murder mystery, supernatural, romance, and Irish geography, history, and folklore. Phew! But somehow the author managed to make a cohesive, flowing story while incorporati
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