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Two Women in Rome Paperback – 2 July 2021
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'Impeccable writing and a fascinating exploration of women's lives. A wonderfully enigmatic and vivid read, I couldn't recommend this novel more highly.' - E.C. Fremantle
'A feast for the senses - love, intrigue, danger and tragedy set against the swooning beauty of the Eternal City... Her most stunning novel yet.' - V. B. Grey
'An exquisite story about the beauty of art and the secrets that lie beneath all our surfaces. Elizabeth Buchan's new novel is both tensely plotted and utterly immersive.' - Jane Thynne
'Elegant and atmospheric, with two complex interlocking stories than join past and present. An excellent read.' - Fanny Blake
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- Publisher : Corvus; Export - AUS Local Print edition (2 July 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 368 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1838954430
- ISBN-13 : 978-1838954437
- Best Sellers Rank: 241,636 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The story evolves across the dual timelines, as Lottie becomes increasingly drawn to Nina and feels compelled to solve the mystery of her death after what seemed to have been a cursory police investigation. When no-one claimed Nina's body she was given an unusual burial, and Lottie feels she must discover the truth and properly honour Nina's life.
Set against the beautiful backdrop of Rome, this is an intriguing mystery, incorporating historical perspectives and political tensions of the time. For me, it was a little slow to get going but worth a read.
I was draw to the book because it follows an English woman moving there, but the story was so much more than I expected. There's a few twists and turns which keeps you guessing to the end.