The Painted Castle

The Painted Castle

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The conclusion of the Lost Castle novels, a sweeping tale of art and secrets long buried in England.
Parham Hill, East Suffolk. In Victorian England, sketch artist Elizabeth Meade is determined to avenge her father's murder-- even if it means betrothal to the very man she believe committed the crime. A century later, WWII widow Amelia Woods has turned the manor into a boarding school for refugee children when she receives military orders to house a troop of American pilots. In the present, historian Kiera Foley is hired to authenticate what may be a lost painting of Queen Victoria. What unfolds is a legacy of faith and family.
Publisher: Nashville, Tennessee : Thomas Nelson, [2019]
Copyright Date: ©2019
ISBN: 9781432871963
Characteristics: 577 pages (large print) ; 22 cm


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Sep 29, 2020

Love me some castle stories with history and strong women included

Kim Potter
Oct 28, 2019

The Painted Castle by Kristy Cambron is the third book in her A Lost Castle series. Art historian Keira Foley is hired to authenticate a painting of Queen Victoria. What she finds is more questions than answers. Emory Scott, rumored art thief, is there to help her unravel the mystery’s behind the painting and Parham Hill Manor. They find a rich and warm history. This book follows the stories of three women, woven together by time. The author takes you on a journey from Victorian England to the ending of World War two and then to present day England. Weaving the three different stories together so beautifully that you don’t mind rotating from one story to the next. Immersed in the English countryside, with romance, castles, and history was a great way to spend a rainy afternoon.

I received this book from Celebrate-Lit for my honest review.


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