The Cape

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Alan Robertson reflects on a strange and tragic past. In the year 1900, when the young medical student accepts an invitation to spend some time at a friend's beach house atop the Dorset cliffs, he has no idea the terrible chain of events that will follow. More

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About Garry Linahan

I am Australian and live in Gippsland in Victoria. I hope you enjoy my ebooks.

Aside from writing, I also paint, and feature on the Paintings I Love website under my own name. Many of my paintings are available for purchase in various formats through Redbubble.

As well as this I have my own picture framing business, based from home.

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Review by: Arthur Bolt on Dec. 17, 2011 :
I thought this was a very interesting yarn indeed. It was set in a time long gone now and clever the way the author has written it. It is much the way folk spoke back then. I am in my eighties now so I remrember old values and speech. Lovely work on tis beautiful story.
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Review by: Andrew Taylor on Dec. 9, 2011 :
I just finished reading this and in the end I hve to say I enjoyed it very much. Didn't quite know where it was going and some early parts seemed a little awkward maybe, but the writer seemed to gain confidence or direction the further it went. I thought it was actually a good story and a bit moving really.
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Review by: Janel Biondo on Dec. 1, 2011 :
I am really trying to get into this book. The way the author writes is strange to me. I see that the reviews are good but I don't know how they got through the first few pages becasue it is boring and not very well written. The word order that some of the sentences are in seem backwards and out of place. I am an avid reader sometimes reading a book a day but I just am having a hard time getting past the style in which this story is written.
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Review by: Sue Brown on Nov. 24, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this book. Again, Garry's story has kept me engrossed in his book where I am unable to put it down till I finished. The story touches on several genre such as romance & mystery as well as some very intriguing characters.
Expect the unexpected with this book as nothing is what it seems.
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