Harris, Elizabeth The Twilight Child

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The Twilight Child

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In 1942, Clare is waiting for the birth of her first child while her husband, Will, is away fighting. In a cottage in Firlebury, her sense of unease grows. The gift of a cradle from old Lily Carpenter coincides with visions of an older, darker Firlebury and a maiden who turns into a crone.

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It is 1942, and Clare is awaiting the birth of her first child. Her husband, Will, is away fighting, and alone in their cottage in the Sussex village of Firlebury, she waits anxiously for news. Her worries increase when, accompanying the gift of an antique cradle, come mysterious visions of an older, darker, Firlebury. Then she meets Gabriel, a soldier like Will, who seems to offer the support and comfort she so desperately needs. In this twilight world of alluring beauty and brutal savagery, is she awake, or is she dreaming?

When her son, Michael, is born, Clare realises the full power of the darkness stealthily surrounding her and her child. As the forces of an ancient evil gather about her with terrifying violence, it seems that the mysterious Gabriel alone can help – but only at the risk of jeopardising everything she holds dear…

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