Secrets of the Pomegranate by Barbara Lamplugh

Secrets of the Pomegranate by Barbara Lamplugh

Secrets are dangerous; lies can rebound. And when discovery 
threatens to overturn your whole life…

“The author’s love for and familiarity with Granada and life in Spain shine through on every page” – Jill Foulston, author of ‘La Vita E’ Bella’

Passionate, free-spirited Deborah has finally found peace and 
a fulfilling relationship in her adopted city of Granada – but when 
she is seriously injured in the Madrid train bombings of 2004, it is 
her sister Alice who is forced to face the consequences of a deception they have maintained for ten years.

At Deborah’s home in Granada, Alice waits, ever more fearful. Will her sister live or die? And how long should she stay when each day brings the risk of what she most dreads, a confrontation with Deborah’s Moroccan ex-lover, Hassan? At stake is all she holds dear…

My Thoughts:

Can I just say how beautiful and intriguing the cover of this book is. This is Barbara’s first published novel which is set in Granada. The story is very well written, and well thought out, I couldn’t put it down. It was very well paced but with enough anticipation to keep you hooked. The characters were interesting and I loved all the descriptions about Grenada I just wish I was there reading this book it would be spectacular. I really enjoyed the story.

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