The Lost Ones

The Lost Ones

Some houses are never at peace.

England, 1917
 
Reeling from the death of her fiancé, Stella Marcham welcomes the opportunity to stay with her pregnant sister, Madeleine, at her imposing country mansion, Greyswick – but she arrives to discover a house of unease and her sister gripped by fear and suspicion.

Before long, strange incidents begin to trouble Stella – sobbing in the night, little footsteps on the stairs – and as events escalate, she finds herself drawn to the tragic history of the house.

Aided by a wounded war veteran, Stella sets about uncovering Greyswick’s dark and terrible secrets – secrets the dead whisper from the other side…

Title:The Lost Ones
ISBN:9780008341220
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  • Kylie D

    An intriguing book, The Lost Ones draws you in from the start and doesn't let go until you've turned the final page. We have Stella, grieving from the death of her fiancé in WW1, who, with her maid A...

  • Dem

    . 3.5 Stars . . Some houses are never at peace. An atmospheric and enjoyable gothic tale, unnerving and entertaining in equal measures. November is my month for good old fashioned ghost stories and th...

  • Ceecee

    3 - 4 stars. I thought this was an impressive debut novel but I did have some reservations. The year is 1917, the central character is Stella Marcham who is grief stricken following the death of her f...

  • Amanda

    It’s 1917 Stella Marcham has lost her fiancé in the war and is struggling to come to terms with her grief. Her pregnant sister Madeline is struggling with her pregnancy so her brother in law Hector...

  • Brenda

    I have just turned the last page of The Lost Ones and it’s up there with my top reads for 2019! Anita Frank has written an amazing story which kept me enthralled from the very first page.It was 1917...

  • Brooke - One Woman's Brief Book Reviews

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com*www.facebook.com/onewomansbbrThe Lost Ones by Anita Frank. (2019).It's 1917 in England. Stella is struggling after the death of her fiancé and welcomes the opportunity...

  • Bex (Beckie Bookworm)

    So this was exactly what I have been after lately, a gothic read that sucked me right into its intriguing narrative almost instantly and this one had all the gothic feel's attached, a tragic backstory...

  • Amanda - Mrs B's Book Reviews

    *https://mrsbbookreviews.wordpress.com‘Some Houses are Never at Peace’I absolutely adore gothic fiction. The Lost Ones, by first time novelist Anita Frank, is an example of one of the finest novel...

  • Louise Wilson

    England 1917. Stella Marcham is in mourning following the death of her fiancé, Gerald, during The Great War. Stella's brother-in-law asks her to visit Madeleine, (Stella's sister), who is "out of sor...

  • Lata

    This was enjoyable, despite its kind of slow middle. I liked this gothic story of old family secrets and terrible deeds. The historical details were good, and I liked the way Stella's grief and very s...