By Freda Lightfoot
Set opposed to the backdrop of progressive Russia, The Amber Keeper is a sweeping story of jealousy and revenge, reconciliation and forgiveness.
English Lake District, Sixties: a tender Abbie Myers returns domestic after studying of her mother’s demise. Estranged from her turbulent kinfolk for a few years, Abbie is heartbroken to listen to that they blame her for the tragedy.
Determined to discover her mother’s previous, Abbie techniques her cherished grandmother, Millie, looking for solutions. because the outdated girl recounts her personal previous, Abbie is transported again to the grandeur of the Russian Empire in 1911 with stories of her grandmother’s existence as a governess and the revolution that exploded round her.
As Abbie struggles to reconcile together with her kin, and to aid herself and her baby, she realizes that these long-ago occasions created aftershocks that threaten to disillusioned the delicate peace she longs to create.
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