Shripney Lady by Rosalind Laker
A strange mansion. A handsome lord. A lover’s ghost.
When Caroline Tucker arrives to take up her post as librarian at Shripney Manor House in Sussex, she has no idea that danger awaits her, or that she is about to fall passionately in love with the handsome lord of the Manor, William Pott.
She soon finds that the querulous invalid, Isabella, as well as William’s cousin, John, and the young girl, Jasmine, are all deeply involved with her in the mystery that has surrounded a former lady of the Manor who was evicted under tragic circumstances.
Can Caroline, caught up in a dramatic turn of events, brave alone the long-held secrets of the house for the sake of the man she loves?
Rosalind Laker is a best-selling novelist that has been published all over the world, with her works translated into twenty languages. The author of over forty historical novels, her first work was published in 1970; Warwyck’s Wife is the first of her acclaimed Easthampton trilogy and is followed by Claudine’s Daughter and The Warwycks of Easthampton.