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Read Book My Cousin Rachel PDF booksSynopsis book From the bestselling author of Rebecca, another classic set in beautiful and mysterious Cornwall. I threw the piece of paper on the fire. She saw it burn Orphaned at an early age, Philip Ashley is raised by his benevolent older cousin, Ambrose. Resolutely single, Ambrose delights in Philip as his heir, a man who will love his grand home as much as he does himself.
Daphne Du Maurier — My Cousin Rachel
This is due to the apparent nature of the romance within the book. With the final steps of dance being unexpected, much like many of the events which occur within the novel. Ambrose takes on the responsibility of raising young Philip as they both reside within his English estate, in Cornwall. Ambrose only loves in this world are his estate, his garden, and Philip. As a result of this, the two live very contented but also limited lives. As the goings-on of their immediate environment and their own lives are their primary concern.
Phillip was an orphan. His cousin was the guardian of the orphan. The cousin travelled to Italy where he met and married a woman named Rachel.
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Like the earlier Rebecca , it is a mystery -romance, set primarily on a large estate in Cornwall. The story has its origins in a portrait of Rachel Carew at Antony House in Cornwall, which du Maurier saw and took as inspiration. Ambrose Ashley is the owner of a large country estate on the Cornish coast and has been guardian to his orphaned cousin Philip since he was three years old. Life is good apart from a few health problems that require Ambrose to spend the winter in warmer climates. As the damp weather approaches, he sets off for his third winter abroad and chooses Italy.
From the opening lines of this dark, gripping tale and they are a fantastic set of opening lines right up to the final page, you will be utterly and completely hooked. As with some of her best work, Du Maurier keeps Another book that I would not have picked up normally, but was book of the month for a book club. It is probably the nearest to a classic that I have ever read. It concerns a uncle and nephew at a Cornish property A great book with flare maintained throughout. Du Maurier delivers once again with a marvelous book, highly recomended.