Thorndike Press

The Daughters of Foxcote Manor

  • Eve Chase
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  • ISBN-10: 1432879286
  • ISBN-13: 9781432879280
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.50 lbs ( .68 kgs)
  • 482 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released January 2021

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An International Bestseller
One of The New York Times “Novels of Suspense and Isolation”
One of The Washington Posts’ Best New Audiobooks
One of Bustle’s Most Anticipated Books of Summer 2020
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England, 1970. When their London home goes up in flames. Mrs. Harrington and her the two children relocate to Foxcote Manor to recuperate. When a baby girl is abandoned just beyond their garden gate, this tiniest of secrets brings a much-needed peace, until a visitor detonates the family’s happiness. All too soon a body lies dead in the woods. Forty years later, London-based Sylvie is an expert at looking the other way. She buried her own origin story decades ago, never imagining her teenage daughter would have a shocking reason to dig the past up — and to ask Sylvie to finally face the secrets that lead her back to Foxcote Manor.


Customer Reviews

“[An] atmospheric mystery . . . Ample foreboding and evocative prose propel things to a gratifying close. Gothic suspense fans will be delighted.”

— Publishers Weekly

“Chase deftly constructs a shadowy puzzle . . . A delicious mystery full of dark labyrinthine curves.”

— Kirkus Reviews

“Exploring family dynamics by using alternating timelines, Chase captivates readers, especially fans of Kate Morton, with eloquent prose and sympathetic characters.”

— Booklist

“Chase parcels out her clues slowly, without a hint of showiness. In the end, THE DAUGHTERS OF FOXCOTE MANOR is not really about a murder, or a creepy house, but about families - the ones we’re born into, the ones we make and especially the ones we flee.”

— The New York Times