Night Train to Marrakech

Night Train to Marrakech

Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 14/09/2023
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Synopsis

‘The desert hides dark secrets…’MARRAKECH 1966Vicky Baudin steps onto a train winding through Morocco, looking for the grandmother she has never met.It’s an epic journey that’ll take her to the edge of Atlas Mountains – and closer to the answers she’s been craving all her life.But dark secrets whisper amongst the dunes. And in unlocking the mystery of Clemence’s past, Vicky will unearth great danger too . . .Five-star reader reviews for Night Train to Marrakech‘A love story and a thriller all in one’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘Epic storytelling’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘Utterly spellbinding’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘A book to lose yourself in’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘Fabulous, heart-stopping read, absolutely unputdownable in places’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘Full of mystery and drama’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘Political tensions, murders and love, this book has them all….’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘Full of twists and turns’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘A historical novel, this is also a suspenseful thriller' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘Atmospheric, drew me into the souks of Marrakech’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐‘This is a story of family, friendships, love and war’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐A ‘gripping story of love, betrayal and danger’Woman’s Weekly ‘An enthralling story’ Woman‘An utterly atmospheric, gripping read that transports you to Marrakech . . . a real page-turner’ SUSAN LEWIS‘A world of stunning beauty and extreme danger . . . Dinah Jefferies is at the top of her game’ GILL PAUL‘A mouthwatering read, intense and emotional. I loved it. Its characters hooked me irresistibly and stole my heart . . . a wonderful, heart-wrenching tale of love, danger and bone-chilling secrets’ KATE FURNIVALL‘’The seductive colours, sights, sounds and aromas of Marrakech, with a hidden, darker side, are so powerfully evoked that you are instantly transported there’ LIZ TRENOW’A tense, thrilling story full of murders and mysteries . . . this atmospheric story will transport you to the heart of Morocco’Daily Record

  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • ISBN: 9780008427085
  • Number of pages: 464
  • Weight: 300g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 34 mm

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Night Train to Marrakech
epic
This is the third book of a series (which I did not know about), but I feel it was a good book even as a standalone. Although, it would be nice to read the... READ MORE
Ramsha Rukhsar
Night Train to Marrakech
Compulsive reading
Over the years I have read most of Dinah Jefferies novels. They have all been most enjoyable and this is no exception. I like the style of writing, the cha... READ MORE
Romany
Night Train to Marrakech
Delicious read!!
I hope I can find enough words to express my love for this book. Night Train to Marrakech written by Dinah Jefferies is the third book in Daughter's of War... READ MORE
Kristina Kalmikova
Night Train to Marrakech
An Exciting Read
Set in Morocco in 1966 this is a very exciting story full of intrigue, a real page turner .The sights and sounds and smells of Marrakech is so real I almos... READ MORE
Chrissie Mortimer
Night Train to Marrakech
Recommended
There's something very sad in reading about Marrakech in these days when we see images of distructions and death. This book talks about another place, a wo... READ MORE
AMG
Night Train to Marrakech
An absorbing, evocative read.
As I'm always fascinated by the reverberating effects down the generations of long-held family secrets, with their often corrosive effects on the lives of ... READ MORE
Linda Hepworth
Night Train to Marrakech
Interesting read
Although I knew this was the last in the series it took me a while to realise who Vicky Baudin was in relation to the characters in the previous books in t... READ MORE
Gee Wood
Night Train to Marrakech
A brilliant finale to a wonderful trilogy.
This is the final book in the series with a brilliant ending too. A wonderful setting in Marrakech and a cast of fantastic characters which kept me turning... READ MORE
Lorraine Joad
Night Train to Marrakech
Loved It
This is a wonderful book. It is part 3 of a three-book set, I enjoyed it so much that I have ordered the first two. The characters are described so wel... READ MORE
Hammy56
Night Train to Marrakech
Great story
A book with a beautiful cover, although this is the third in a series, I have not read the others and it truly works as a standalone story. This is a story... READ MORE
Gillian Kelly
Night Train to Marrakech
romance and danger
Beautiful settings are wonderfully described. You can almost step into them. The architecture, plants, food, interiors and landscapes are all lovingly show... READ MORE
Ursula Rutherford
Night Train to Marrakech
Enjoyable
I must say I really enjoyed this book. Easy to read with not too many characters that you could follow. The storyline, which in my opinion was gripping and... READ MORE
Patricia Bowley
Night Train to Marrakech
Great book
Another great book from Dinah Jeffries. I have read a few of her other books and this is another great read. The story is well written and flips between th... READ MORE
Ewa Luczynska
Night Train to Marrakech
Excellent Read
Excellent read. Night Train to Marrakech by Dinah Jeffries is a wonderfully thrilling story with many twists. I’m so pleased I was able to read this book ... READ MORE
Alison Cook
Night Train to Marrakech
Not quite as absorbing as its predecessors
I had never read anything by this author, but the pre publication blurb and premise promised an interesting read. While awaiting this book’s arrival, I de... READ MORE
Chrissie
Night Train to Marrakech
Not quite as absorbing as its predecessors
I had never read anything by this author, but the pre publication blurb and premise promised an interesting read. While awaiting this book’s arrival, I de... READ MORE
Chrissie
Night Train to Marrakech
Epic read
I’ve not read any Dinah Jefferies books before, indeed this isn’t my usual genre but I like to read something different from time to time. This is the thir... READ MORE
Sarah Goldthorpe
Night Train to Marrakech
Magical Morocco
Night Train to Marrakech by Dinah Jefferies is the third novel in the Daughters of War trilogy. I have not read the other two in the series but I enjoyed i... READ MORE
K Hollingworth
Night Train to Marrakech
Another time and place
Night Train to Marrakech is set in 1966 and flips between the perspectives of Vicky Baudin and Clemence Petier, with the former having travelled via train ... READ MORE
Sam Todd
Night Train to Marrakech
Another time and place
Night Train to Marrakech is set in 1966 and flips between the perspectives of Vicky Baudin and Clemence Petier, with the former having travelled via train ... READ MORE
Sam Todd
Night Train to Marrakech
Gripping!
This is the final book in Dinah Jeffries “Daughters of War” trilogy and as ever was a thoroughly enjoyable read. Vicky, Elise’s daughter decides to travel ... READ MORE
Annette Librarian
Night Train to Marrakech
Mystery and Intrigue
I read this book courtesy of NetGalley. The last book in a trilogy and a fitting finale. A few ends tied up, although I think the book could stand alone. ... READ MORE
Grey Lady
Night Train to Marrakech
Scented air
This is the third book in a trilogy. I have not read the other books but this can easily be read as a stand-alone novel. Set in the mid nineteen sixties t... READ MORE
Astrid Dutton
Night Train to Marrakech
Fantastic sixties drama
In 1966 fashion student Vicky Baudin arrives in Morocco for numerous reasons, one as it's the chosen destination of her favourite fashion designer Yves St ... READ MORE
Peta Hooper
Night Train to Marrakech
Unbelievable bad
I was so disappointed with this book. It makes Mills and Boon books look like literary masterpieces. From the synopsis and cover reviews, this looked like ... READ MORE
Lisa Mattin
Night Train to Marrakech
Great 60s novel
It is 1966 and Vicky Baudin has travelled all the way to Marrakech to meet her grandmother whom she has only just discovered due to family issues. Hoping t... READ MORE
Jareth Koncsol
Night Train to Marrakech
An emotional and evocative journey full of family secrets, new experiences and tragedy.
Vicky and her estranged grandmother Clemence go on an emotional and evocative journey. Danger, family secrets and tragedy define this tale. I love the dept... READ MORE
Jane Hunt
Night Train to Marrakech
Heartbreaking end to the series
Having read the first two books in this excellent historical fiction series, I was eager to read book 3. You would think that having read the first two bo... READ MORE
Karen  Kingston
Night Train to Marrakech
A very atmospheric story
This is book three in the Daughters of War trilogy, but I haven't yet read the previous two books and this didn't stop me at all enjoying this book. It's ... READ MORE
Norfolk Book Lover
Night Train to Marrakech
Essence of exotic, estranged relationships and timeless connections
This book is the essence of exotic and is extremely eluding and enticing in its characters past and present dilemmas. Vicky has travelled to marrakech to v... READ MORE
Ingress Chamberlain
Night Train to Marrakech
This is a really, really good book,
The wonderful cover, of a lone lady on a sand dune, only her footsteps to be seen, watching the burning sun cast deep shadows across the sand, is so good.... READ MORE
Ronald Smith
Night Train to Marrakech
It’s chaotic in the Souk…
The first thing to say about this novel is that if you don’t know that it is the third and final book in a series then you could be slightly lost. I know t... READ MORE
Jim Sweetman
Night Train to Marrakech
Secrets and discoveries in the sun
Firstly, it's best to read Daughters of War and The Hidden Palace before you read Night Train to Marrakech or some of the references will be lost to you. T... READ MORE
Jenny Hill
Night Train to Marrakech
Fantastic end to the trilogy
The final instalment in the Daughters of War trilogy and it did not disappoint. This time we follow Vicky, Elise’s daughter, as she travels to Morocco in 1... READ MORE
Catherine Tempany
Night Train to Marrakech
I loved this
I really loved this book. It was a slow burn, giving the impression of a relaxed read whilst at the same time having a lot of surprising action. I have... READ MORE
Charlotte Booth