The Bowes Inheritance

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A lovely amalgamation of suspense and Victorian romance, Pam Lecky’s The Bowes Inheritance begins with a gentle, Austenian air and soon turns much darker. Lecky brings the late nineteenth century to life on the page in an atmospheric tale filled with memorable characters and unexpected plot twists. Filled with humor, cultural conflicts, heart, and poignancy, The Bowes Inheritance is an engaging read and a brilliant debut.

bowesDublin 1882: When determined but impoverished Louisa Campbell inherits a large estate in the north of England, from an uncle she didn’t even know existed, it appears to be the answer to her prayers. Her younger sister, Eleanor, is gravely ill, and believing that the country air will benefit her, they decide to take up residence at Bowes Farm, situated on the Cumberland coast. 

However, they soon realise that all they have inherited is trouble. Their uncle had managed to alienate almost everyone in the…

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  1. Congrats, Pam! Nice review. I’m putting this on my TBR list for this year :-D.

    ~~~Tam May~~~

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