Jane Eagland, Waiting On Wednesday

Waiting On Wednesday

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill @ Breaking The Spine to highlight the yet to be released books we are eagerly anticipating.
Whisper My Name by Jane Eagland
A young girl discovers a terrible secret about her past in Victorian London

Since she was twelve, Meriel Garland has lived with her grandfather in London, exiled from her beloved India following the death of her mother. Now sixteen, Meriel chafes against the strict regime of tests and study that her grandfather imposes on her. Escaping, she discovers a world outside her narrow existence – one that promises admiration for her acting skills, social success and the dark mysteries of séances. Disbelieving at first, she is drawn in when the young medium Sophie Casson passes on a message apparently from beyond the grave – and Meriel begins to suspect she might not be alone in the world after all. In searching for the truth about her past, Meriel uncovers a sinister scheme – and soon it’s hard to know who she can really trust .

Released in the UK 6 August 2010 by Young Picador

If you read my recent review of Fallen Grace by Mary Hooper, you will know I love the Victorian period, throw in some spiritualism and a mystery and I’m in!

12 thoughts on “Waiting On Wednesday”

  1. I haven't read historical fiction in a while but I do love it. Sounds like a potentially great read. Now happily following your great blog. Shari
    myneuroticbookaffair.blogspot.com

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