Paperback ð Half Light Kindle Þ

Paperback ð Half Light Kindle Þ

Half Light ➟ [Epub] ❤ Half Light By Frances Fyfield ➩ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Elisabeth is a picture restorer This gives her the solitude and independence she needs living and working alone in her flat Despite her skills and reliability Elizabeth undercharges for her work valui Elisabeth is a picture restorer This gives her the solitude and independence she needs living and working alone in her flat Despite her skills and reliability Elizabeth undercharges for her work valuing the worth of the paintings rather than herself Her ambitions are modest beauty to look upon unintrusive friendships and complete privacy But when a mysterious and obviously wealthy man commissions her to restore his fabulous collection an uncharacteristic combination of curiosity and financial need prompts her to accept his offer Elisabeth soon realises her error as the past and the present combine to make privacy her nemesis As she becomes hostage to her patron her lover and her friend realise they know nothing about her or where she might be.


About the Author: Frances Fyfield

Frances HegartyFrances Fyfield is a criminal lawyer who lives in London and in Deal by the sea which is her passion She has won several awards including the CWA Silver Dagger She grew up in rural Derbyshire but spent most of her adult life in London with long intervals in Norfolk and Deal all inspiring places She was educated mostly in convent schools; then studied English at Newcastle University and went on to ualify as a solicitor working for what is now the Crown Prosecution Service thus learning a bit about murder at second hand She also worked for the Metropolitan Police Years later writing became her real vocation She also writes short stories for magazines and radio and is occasionally a contributor to Radio Front Row uote Unuote Night Waves and presenter of Tales from the Stave.



6 thoughts on “Half Light

  1. P.R. P.R. says:

    Unfortunately I simply haven't been able to cope with this despite having enjoyed many Frances Fyfield books in the past This is laboured gloomy and verbose Life is too short


  2. Danny Danny says:

    The Book that made me actually contribute to Goodreads Fantastically written is the main reason for reading this book though the story and character of Elizabeth is complex yet believable


  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    I had trouble getting into this book at the beginning due to the author's writing style; some of the phrasing felt very cumbersome I persevered however and was eventually able to get past it and start diving into the story Overall it was an interesting mystery although I'm not sure that I actually liked any of the characters and I found the ending to be slightly confusing and unsatisfying


  4. Bev Taylor Bev Taylor says:

    on the cover ian rankin states her knowledge of the working mind or correctly the soul is second to none this may be so but this one left me cold it was kike a thesis every time i put it down i wondered whether to continue not my cuppa tea but then not everyone likes the same it would be a boring world if we did bev


  5. Alison Alison says:

    Well I finished it so that's something I found it difficult to read though and didn't enjoy it at all I found the writing stilted there were whole sentences I didn't understand not the words but the meaning behind the words the intent if you like Maybe it was because I wasn't engaged Thinking about the plot it certainly held promise but failed to deliver


  6. Elke Koepping Elke Koepping says:

    Implausible story unlikely characters Boring ending I wonder why she wrote this book? Fyfield can do a million times better


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6 thoughts on “Half Light

  1. P.R. P.R. says:

    Unfortunately I simply haven't been able to cope with this despite having enjoyed many Frances Fyfield books in the past This is laboured gloomy and verbose Life is too short

  2. Danny Danny says:

    The Book that made me actually contribute to Goodreads Fantastically written is the main reason for reading this book though the story and character of Elizabeth is complex yet believable

  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    I had trouble getting into this book at the beginning due to the author's writing style; some of the phrasing felt very cumbersome I persevered however and was eventually able to get past it and start diving into the story Overall it was an interesting mystery although I'm not sure that I actually liked any of the characters and I found the ending to be slightly confusing and unsatisfying

  4. Bev Taylor Bev Taylor says:

    on the cover ian rankin states her knowledge of the working mind or correctly the soul is second to none this may be so but this one left me cold it was kike a thesis every time i put it down i wondered whether to continue not my cuppa tea but then not everyone likes the same it would be a boring world if we did bev

  5. Alison Alison says:

    Well I finished it so that's something I found it difficult to read though and didn't enjoy it at all I found the writing stilted there were whole sentences I didn't understand not the words but the meaning behind the words the intent if you like Maybe it was because I wasn't engaged Thinking about the plot it certainly held promise but failed to deliver

  6. Elke Koepping Elke Koepping says:

    Implausible story unlikely characters Boring ending I wonder why she wrote this book? Fyfield can do a million times better

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