Secrets of Santorini

Secrets of Santorini

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She'll uncover the shocking secrets of her past in paradise . . .

Sent away to convent school at the age of six, Irini McGuire has never really known her celebrated archaeologist mother, Bridget, who lives on the paradise island of Santorini. So, when Irini receives news that Bridget has been injured at a dig and is in coma she knows it is time to return to the island of her birth.

Discovering her mother's notes, and driven by rumours that her mother's injury was no accident, Irini starts to reveal the dark secrets behind her family's separation.

Can she unearth the truth about her parents and her past before it is too late?

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    Secrets of Santorini Reviews

  • Pattie

    To me, Santorini is a magical place! So, naturally I devoured Patricia’s book...many thanks xx...

  • Mrs Janet Sykes

    Wonderful storyThis book definitely deserves the 5 stars. Every page I turned conjured up the people and villages of the Islands and the storyline kept me hungry to turn the pages. The story of ancien...

  • karen

    Wow what a book This book was excellent from start to finish, totally recommend to every reader who loves Greece and history.. Well done Patricia ...

  • Megan Jones

    Sent away to a convent school in Dublin at the age of five, Irini McGuire has always had a strained and distant relationship with her mother, Bridget, a celebrated archaeologist who lives on the parad...

  • Karen Whittard

    A really fantastic read, steeped into history, amazing amount of research done for this amazing book. Sent away to a convent school in Dublin at the age of five, Irini McGuire has always had a straine...

  • Janette

    A well deseved 5 stars, I've enjoyed the whole journey of the story and the aspects of history and how they fitted together, alot of research and imagination I can only dream of. Well done!...

  • Heather Dunn

    I absolutely loved this book, I am already a Patricia Wilson fan but I think that this is my favourite book so far. I really liked seeing all the family relationships intertwine and the secrets being ...

  • Julie Cordiner

    I couldn’t resist buying this ebook as I lay by the hotel pool in Fira, Santorini.What a fabulous read, mingling my love of history (as a Classics graduate) and travel in a fast-paced story of compl...

  • Emily

    I loved the idea of the storyline. but it really dragged on for me in some parts. It would pick up and become really intriguing, and then it would get into a 'lull' and it just seemed to drag out unne...

  • Dianna Pearson - Morgan

    Not a great read.I found this book an annoying read got the extent i skipped past all the ancient gods part - although I totally understand how /why it's in the storyline - it wasn't a book i enjoyed ...