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Night Train to Marrakech Dinah Jefferies

Night Train to Marrakech By Dinah Jefferies

Night Train to Marrakech by Dinah Jefferies

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'The desert hides dark secrets...'

Night Train to Marrakech Summary

Night Train to Marrakech (The Daughters of War, Book 3) by Dinah Jefferies

'The desert hides dark secrets...'


Vicky Baudin steps onto a train winding through Morocco, looking for the grandmother she has never met.

It's an epic journey that'll take her to the edge of Atlas Mountains - and closer to the answers she's been craving all her life.

But dark secrets whisper amongst the dunes. And in unlocking the mystery of Clemence's past, Vicky will unearth great danger too . . .

Five-star reader reviews for Night Train to Marrakech

'A love story and a thriller all in one'

'Epic storytelling'

'Utterly spellbinding'

'A book to lose yourself in'

'Fabulous, heart-stopping read, absolutely unputdownable in places'

'Full of mystery and drama'

'Political tensions, murders and love, this book has them all....'

'Full of twists and turns'

'A historical novel, this is also a suspenseful thriller'

'Atmospheric, drew me into the souks of Marrakech'

'This is a story of family, friendships, love and war'

'An utterly atmospheric, gripping read that transports you to Marrakech . . . a real page-turner' SUSAN LEWIS

'A world of stunning beauty and extreme danger . . . Dinah Jefferies is at the top of her game' GILL PAUL

'A mouthwatering read, intense and emotional. I loved it. Its characters hooked me irresistibly and stole my heart . . . a wonderful, heart-wrenching tale of love, danger and bone-chilling secrets' KATE FURNIVALL

''The seductive colours, sights, sounds and aromas of Marrakech, with a hidden, darker side, are so powerfully evoked that you are instantly transported there' LIZ TRENOW

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Night Train to Marrakech Reviews

'A wonderfully evocative and sensual writer' SANTA MONTEFIORE

'A warm and engrossing tale of passion and courage. I loved it' RACHEL HORE

'Love, grief, abandonment, betrayal and secrets ... I adored it' LIZ NUGENT

'A stirring, richly-imagined novel about bravery and love and family loyalty tested to its limits' RACHEL RHYS

'As layers of long-hidden family secrets emerge, you are sure to be hooked to the very last page' LIZ TRENOW

'Rich in courage, love and sacrifice, but chilling and taut in its portrayal of the horrors of war' KATE FURNIVALL

'Lushly descriptive, exciting and vivid, this is a warm and exciting tale that will pull you in and refuse to let you go' TRACY REES

'A tender, moving and at times heartbreaking story' SINEAD MORIARTY

'Completely swept me away to another place and time. Dinah is the queen of sumptuous settings, transporting the reader effortlessly from chocolate-box Devonshire to the cabaret clubs of 1920s Paris and war-torn Malta. A marvellous, multi-layered story, populated with characters to really care for' HAZEL GAYNOR

'Dinah Jefferies wields her storytelling magic on the island of Malta . . . It's engrossing and sensual, full of the heat of the Mediterranean sun' GILL PAUL

'Sweeping and sumptuous with a gorgeous described sense of place. A marvellous adventure' TRACY REES

About Dinah Jefferies

Dinah Jefferies began her career with The Separation, followed by the No.1 Sunday Times and Richard and Judy bestseller, The Tea-Planter's Wife. Born in Malaysia, she moved to England at the age of nine, and went on to study fashion design, work in Tuscany as an au pair for an Italian countess, and live with a rock band in a commune in Suffolk.

In 1985, a family tragedy changed everything, and she now draws on the experience of loss in her writing, infusing love, loss and danger with the seductive beauty of her locations. She is published in 29 languages in over 30 countries and lives close to her family in Gloucestershire.

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Night Train to Marrakech (The Daughters of War, Book 3) by Dinah Jefferies
Used - Like New
HarperCollins Publishers
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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