MIRIAM’S TALISMAN – The story is set in Cambridgeshire, in England, a place where history and myth collide in Chloe’s world. An heirloom belonging to her grandmother and a strange young man who seems to be in pursuit of it . . .
Book Of The Week – “Miriam’s Talisman – a novel skilfully layered with bookish and metaphorical depth.” The Dominion Post
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THE MOON SPUN ROUND – Also set in England, in a fictitious village in Suffolk. This area is historically connected with the activities of Matthew Hopkins, the notorious Witchfinder General. A young woman, suddenly widowed, is befriended by the women of the village.
” Elenor Gill writes beautifully. Her characters are interesting and the theme has fascination. Some of her descriptive prose is spellbinding.” Wairarapa Times-Age
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“Elegantly narrated, embellished by dreams and a feeling of forces out of control, the novel oozes evil and foreboding.”
Sunday Canberra Times
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What if our memories appear to belong to someone else? ALL THAT WE REMEMBER is a ghost story – or is it? Originally published under the name Zoe Adams, this story explores the relationship between memory and self-identity.
“…a thriller, a ghost story and a love story, in language that is in parts both lyrical and very beautiful.” Hawks Bay Today
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IN THE SHADOW OF TREES Set in New Zealand where a talented sculptress running from an emotionally traumatic relationship, is discovering the heart of the bush. She also discovers how the early Irish settlers brought more than legends to the new country.
“Mystery, fantasy and romance lovers will lose themselves in this novel… Steeped in Celtic myth and druidism…this is not a stock standard thriller. Gill generates considerable tension in a story that will keep you hanging to the last.”
The Sunday Times, Australia