Trompe L'Oeil (to Fool the Eye)

Trompe L Oeil to Fool the Eye American scholar Rachel Farraday accepts a position researching a decaying chateau in France during the height of the French Algerian war Mysteries envelope the property including a honeycomb of unde

  • Title: Trompe L'Oeil (to Fool the Eye)
  • Author: Caroline Miller
  • ISBN: 9781938282003
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • American scholar Rachel Farraday accepts a position researching a decaying chateau in France during the height of the French Algerian war Mysteries envelope the property, including a honeycomb of underground tunnels her employer is reluctant to discuss A sudden death makes Rachel a surprise co inheritor of the chateau with an attractive, possibly insane young man IntrigAmerican scholar Rachel Farraday accepts a position researching a decaying chateau in France during the height of the French Algerian war Mysteries envelope the property, including a honeycomb of underground tunnels her employer is reluctant to discuss A sudden death makes Rachel a surprise co inheritor of the chateau with an attractive, possibly insane young man Intrigue follows and now Rachel s life is threatened Trompe l Oeil is another exquisitely crafted tale of suspense a lovely setting, harrowing situations, paranormal overtones and every ending a sinister surprise.

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    1. Hidden tunnels, a castle, Paris, a mystery, deceit, and a questionable inheritance. Rachel Farraday was the lucky one to be chosen by Madame de Villier to assist in researching the history of her chateau and also in a surprise that may have or may not have been planned and a surprise that turned out to not be a good one. The fun began along with mystery and tragedy not too long after Rachel arrived.The writing was excellent as usual when it comes to Caroline Miller, but I enjoyed Gothic Spring m [...]

    2. Many times in life things are not what they appear. And sometimes people are thrown into situations so complicated that it's difficult to know who to trust. Rachel Farraday was not exception. Why was she made a co-inheritor of a chateau after her employer of only a few months dies suddenly? Why did it seem like everyone around her wanted her dead? So much mystery surrounds Rachel that it was nearly impossible to separate common sense from her growing paranoia. The author, Caroline Miller, weaves [...]

    3. TROMPE' L'OEIL is the story of young American scholar, Rachel, that comes to France to write the history of a locally famous chateau. After the death of the mistress, Rachel is confronted with mystery, intrigue, and a touch of the supernatural. Caroline Miller has produced a work with characters that draw you into the work. Also, she keeps you guessing about what is REALLY going on at the chateau. Though this type of work isn't my normal read, I enjoyed it from cover to cover. I would recommend [...]

    4. Another great Gothic mystery and fun read, written beautifully and artfully by a favored author, Caroline Miller.

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