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A Relative Stranger [Epub] ➛ A Relative Stranger By Anne Stevenson – Buyprobolan50.co.uk What would it be like to be unsure whether you could recognize your own brother This is the terrifying uest that Julie Davidge a young free lance artist living in London suddenly and bewildering finds What would it be like to be unsure whether you could recognize your own brother This is the terrifying uest that Julie Davidge A Relative ePUB ´ a young free lance artist living in London suddenly and bewildering finds herself confronted with Her brother Richard years her senior and always a remote figure to her has disappeared presumably kidnapped as a British agent by the enemy One day a man claiming to be Richard appears in London and almost simultaneously Julie receives a postcard in Richard's handwriting saying he is alive in France and needs her help Is the man in London her brother or is he an enemy plant waiting for any clue to the whereabouts of the real Richard in order to have him killed.


8 thoughts on “A Relative Stranger

  1. CLM CLM says:

    Would you recognize your brother if he disappeared for three years then abruptly returned? Julie was never very close to hers and she isn't uite sure And then she starts getting postcards from France that purport to be from her brother Can she trust the handsome man who turns up at her front door to help her untangle this mystery?Here is a link to my review


  2. Carla Remy Carla Remy says:

    I have an old hardcover this is from 1969 The dust jacket fell off in the few years of my possession I fully expected this to be cheesy When I started reading it last week I did not assume I'd read that much But it was great I loved it A Hitchcockian spy thriller with romance Extremely well plotted I was entertained all the way through


  3. Dean Cummings Dean Cummings says:

    What would it be like to be unsure if you could recognize your own brother? That is the disturbing uestion that Julie Davidge a young free lance artist living in London suddenly and bewilderingly finds herself confronted with Her brother Richard ten years her senior and always a remote figure to her has disappeared presumably kidnapped as a British agent by the enemy One day a man claiming to be Richard appears in London and almost simultaneously Julie receives a postcard in Richard's handwriting saying he is alive in France and needs her help Is the man in London her brother or is he an enemy plant waiting for any clue to the whereabouts of the real Richard in order to have him killed?I found this book and one day opened it reading just the first few pages I soon found I couldn't put it down and in the end I very much enjoyed Stevenson's whole story


  4. Susan Susan says:

    This is the second Anne Stevenson book I've read in search of books like Mary Stewart's I liked this one much better than the first one I tried Mask of Treason The plot was uite suspenseful and interesting I felt uite anxious to know which was the real brother and what would happen to him The love story was also interesting than the one in Mask of Treason Still pretty slight and unmemorable but betterI find myself wanting to find and buy another Anne Stevenson book


  5. Kathy Kathy says:

    A good spy suspense story Young English girl has a brother who's arrested during the Cold War era by the enemy Three years later he's part of a prisoner exchange and he is returned to London Girl is not comfortable with him and then she receives a postcard send from France which appears to be from her brother seeking help So off to France she goes with a friend of his and the trouble startsFast read Keeps you turning pages right to the end The last paragraph is a doozy


  6. Avynne Avynne says:

    A good uick read Had a few twists that I enjoyed I got this book for free so I definitely wasn't disappointed But all in all a pretty likable book


  7. Hannah Hannah says:

    Clearly Anne Stevenson was heavily influenced by the writing of Mary Stewart A Relative Stranger written in 1969 has a very Stewart ish feel to it when reading it but there's something off about her attempt The best I can say is that Stevenson had a relatively intriguing plotline worked out but failed to successfully execute it like Stewart would have doneA so so book but if you're looking for a Mary Stewart look alike don't try Anne Stevenson go for Susanna Kearsley


  8. David Vanness David Vanness says:

    It was a or three Had a hard time deciding It was an enjoyable uick 10 cent novel Was worth the dime


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