Trespass

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by Rose Tremain
2010 /  263 pages
Read by – Juliet Stephenson 9h 15m
Rating:  8.25 / literary suspense

I’d read two of Tremain’s books prior to this one and enjoyed them so I nominated this for the Bookgroup List  November selection and it got chosen.  Afterwards I didn’t know if I was happy about that decision or not but I had to go ahead – I’m really glad I did.

I started listening only but got a bit confused so I  downloaded the Kindle book and started over.   🙂

The book opens with a kind of prologue in which Mélodie, a young girl who is unhappy about her family’s relocation to an old house in rural France,  is getting ready to dive into a mountain pool when she …

 “…sees something which shouldn’t be there.  At first look, she doesn’t recognise what it is. She has to look agian. She has to stare. Then she starts screaming.”

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