The Feast

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Cornwall, Midsummer 1947. Pendizack Manor Hotel is buried in the rubble of a collapsed cliff.

Seven guests have perished, but is it murder, and what brought this strange assembly together for a moonlit feast before this Act of God – or Man? Over the week before the landslide, we meet the hotel guests in all their eccentric glory: and as friendships form and romances blossom, sins are revealed, and the cliff cracks widen ..

 

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Description

This glorious rediscovered classic exploring the mystery of a buried Cornish hotel invites us to solve the puzzle as detectives: perfect for Agatha Christie and Daphne du Maurier fans, with a dash of Richard Osman …

‘I am loving it!’ Nigella Lawson

‘Hilarious and perceptive … Perfect.’ Daily Mail

‘Entertaining, beautifully written, and profound.’ Tracy Chevalier

‘Tense, touching, human, dire, and funny … A feast indeed.’ Elizabeth Bowen

‘Kennedy is not only a romantic but an anarchist.’ Anita Brookner

‘Oh boy, what a treat; wonderfully sharp and funny … Page-turningly good!’ Lissa Evans

‘So full of pleasure that you could be forgiven for not seeing how clever it is.’ Cathy Rentzenbrink (foreword)

Cornwall, Midsummer 1947. Pendizack Manor Hotel is buried in the rubble of a collapsed cliff.

Seven guests have perished, but is it murder, and what brought this strange assembly together for a moonlit feast before this Act of God – or Man? Over the week before the landslide, we meet the hotel guests in all their eccentric glory: and as friendships form and romances blossom, sins are revealed, and the cliff cracks widen ..

 

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
ISBN

9780571367795

Author

Kennedy, Margaret

Publisher

Faber & Faber

Binding

Paperback

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