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The Ivy Tree - Mary Stewart
The Ivy Tree
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780380820740 (0380820749)
Publisher: HarperTorch
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
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Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
4.0 The Ivy Tree
A truly excellent read, but not the book I was expecting. I chose this book as my first bingo book because I was looking for something that would trip along at a fast clip, and typically Mary Stewart and the romantic suspense genre of her time generally do clip along as a good pace. But The Ivy T...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it
4.0 Mary Stewart Reading Notes: The Ivy Tree
The Ivy Tree was published seven years into Mary Stewart’s career, in 1961, and in some ways it’s one of her strongest books. (Also one of my favorites.) It’s set in Northumberland, and weaves together some of the strands that Stewart returned to frequently. It’s an interesting one to reread, becaus...
Abandoned by user
Abandoned by user rated it
4.0 The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart
Finished! Well, I'll be hornswoggled. This book was really rather fabulous, actually. The beginning is a bit slow, but the plot twists come fast and furious in the last half. It's set in Northumbria, near Newcastle, which makes a nice change from Cornwall, and the Roman ruins figure in th...
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3.0 The Ivy Tree
3.5 stars. Another good mystery/romantic suspense story by Mary Stewart; The Ivy Tree wasn't my favorite, but was still good. The secret about Mary was an interesting twist, but I'm not sure how plausible the whole premise was. Sometimes I feel like Stewart's books verge on insta-love, but not this ...
otakumom rated it
This novel had me guessing the entire time! The best part was there were no hokey tricks, last minute third parties. But lots of irony. I very much enjoyed the suspense. Thanks, Jeanette for recommending it!
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