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The Red Door by [Fedele, Rosa]
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Length: 328 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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What would you do if you began to suspect one of your tenants could be the perpetrator of a vicious double murder committed over thirty years ago?

It is 1983 and the new owner of the beautiful old Sydney mansion 'Rosalind' begins to believe she is being watched by the mysterious resident in Number Three, a reclusive man who happens to share his name with two teenage sisters, victims of a sinister and brutal murder. Her peace of mind slowly erodes as a fascination with the unsolved crime becomes obsession - consuming her life, shaking relationships with her newfound friends and leaving a trail of devastation.

This is a spellbinding tale, as much a mystery novel with an immigrant's tragedy woven into its centre, as a portrait of women who carry dark secrets but also persevere through the strength of friendship. The Red Door will take hold of your imagination and never let go.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 7814 KB
  • Print Length: 328 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: MoshPit Publishing (1 October 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014EXZQAW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #348,501 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This novel is a refreshing glimpse of immigrant Sydney couched in a plot that unravels an old murder mystery rooted in culture clash and physical abuse, difficult subjects to tackle but handled with aplomb by the author. The book starts with a woman’s observations about a neighbor that turn into an obsession. She does some digging and reveals he was involved in a tragedy from the past, and a host of secrets surrounding it. The plot was initially hard to get into, namely because it took a while to get to the actual mystery and seemed like a disjointed women’s friendship type story with numerous story lines. The story is told from multiple points of view, sometimes only a couple paragraphs in one character’s point of view, jumping in in mid-dialogue before abruptly switching to another POV, which lent an episodic feel rather than a narrative feel. When the story gets to the mystery, however, the plot starts taking shape and we see some of the previous character story lines woven in to the plot to wind up with a satisfying ending that brings justice. Chapters also have beautiful colour frontispiece illustrations by the author, as well as the cover, which are really a nice touch.
This is an honest review, the book was provided to me by the author for review purposes.
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By Mel TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 13 October 2015
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Glad to have found another Aussie book by an Aussie author to add to the list! I have been extremely unpatriotic through my life and have avoided Australian books. Only recently am I beginning to hugely regret this, as I have found some incredible books. I have wasted a lot of my life not reading Aussie books!! I am really enjoying the Australian settings, especially in my home city Sydney – So I was glad to review this book as it is set in Glebe.

The main character (who we don’t know by name until the very end), bought the mansion “Rosalind” after a troubling event from her past. She is in the process of renovating and refurbishing the whole place. Its going smoothly with exception of some strange events on the upper level, and the fact that the tenant in number three wont let her in, and she begins to suspect he may be watching her. She does a little digging only to find her tenant may be connected in some way to the vicious murders of two teenage girls that occurred twenty years prior. Her quest to find out what happened leads her to some stunning realisations that will shake up the comfortable life she has created for herself, and her new friends. Has she found a killer? What happened in her past to make her run away to Rosalind? And why is it so cold upstairs?

I must be honest. When I first started reading this I didn’t think it was going anywhere. It felt quite disjointed, went around everywhere and I was a bit confused about who was who. I failed to see the significance of all the characters and parallel storylines. And the writing, with the small sections that ended without an explanation, began to frustrate me. However I stuck with it and was extremely pleasantly surprised as the story began to unfold and I couldn’t put it down!
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Just finished reading The Red Door and really enjoyed. Not my normal genre of suspense/drama but was intrigued by both the cover and reference to Glebe in Sydney's Inner West. From the first chapter I found it hard to put down and found it very easy to visualize the many local parks, leafy streets and of course the Viaduct. Loved the many bizarre and interesting characters, many almost identifiable and certainly discoverable today in this vibrant inner city enclave. The multicultural challenges and domestic violence are disturbing but very relevant issues today. Thoroughly enjoyed.
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Overall the book was really good. It started out a bit slow but once things started to unfold I couldn't put it down. It jumped around a bit and there were parts where I was confused and I would also question why some characters were necessary (i.e. Jo..). For a first time author I was truly impressed!
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