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'The past is never dead...'



"The Cheesemaker’s House is a mystery. Alice Hart has moved to Great Fencote, a

village in Yorkshire, after breaking up with her husband. She plans a new start in a

house she wants to renovate along with a barn she’d like to turn into a holiday let.


In the small village, she makes friends and finds she’s intrigued by Owen Maltby, but

there’s something mysterious about Owen and the way he acts at times. Alice employs

Richard Wainwright to help with the renovations but he’d like to be more than friends.


At night Alice can often hear someone crying and what was Owen doing sat under a

tree when he should have been somewhere else? When the builders discover a skull in

the barn the mystery builds up, Alice has several visions and then Owen disappears

and is seen jumping off a bridge into the river. It’s time to discover more about the

history of Alice’s house which once belonged to a Cheesemaker and lay some ghosts

to rest.


This is an interesting read set in the lovely Yorkshire countryside which includes the

life of a village charmer and healer."

- Rosie Amber


“I desperately want to find out about Owen; a fascinating character... the gift here is to make you want to read on.”

- Jeffrey Archer


'A brilliant must-read-it-all-in-one-go book with a frisson of the supernatural tantalising throughout.'

- by Lisa Holden


“I really loved the authorial voice – it really drew me in. But more than that I loved the fact that the initial mystery posed is one that I could not think of a possible solution for, so that really got me hooked.”

- Sophie Hannah


I highly recommend that you read this book Jane is a wonderful story teller. I am sure like me you too will get hooked. I looked forward to reading Jane's next book, I am sure there will be one.

- Carol Clasper (Stitch in Time Blogspot)


Jane Cable’s critically acclaimed book The Cheesemaker’s House is a gripping and elegantly written romantic suspense novel. Jane tells Team Spirit how the journey from cracking idea to being published and on the shelves in Waterstones can be an uphill trudge – even when Alan Titchmarsh is rooting for you… read more.

- Spirit FM


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