Lisa and her mother are bonded by a powerful intuition, but on some subjects they dare not voice their fears; neither can explain the terror Lisa feels whenever she walks through the doors of the ancient, imposing York Towers.
Love and loss, abduction, incestuous desires and murderous intent form the basis of this compelling saga in which horrors float just beneath the surface, culminating in a shocking outcome.
The House of York spans the years 1993 - 2014; history lovers may be interested to know that the story is inspired by events from the era of the Wars of the Roses.
'Anyone else who is a fan of Penny Vincenzi type family saga series will no doubt enjoy this book as much as I did' - Mrs Bloggs book blog.
'Best book I've read this year' - Amazon best selling author Joanne Phillips
'Compelling, engaging and a writing style that flows. One for your wishlists' - Shaz Goodwin, Jera's Jamboree book blog.
'I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to discover Terry Tyler – what a great author!' - Emma B book blog.
'I enjoyed The House of York so much that I read it in one sitting' - Scatterbooker book blog