|About the Book|
Irene Taylor graduated with a Masters degree in Modern Languages and History from the University of Glasgow, then entered into a career in Scottish Industry specializing in exports where she was invited to be the first woman to lead a Scottish TradeMoreIrene Taylor graduated with a Masters degree in Modern Languages and History from the University of Glasgow, then entered into a career in Scottish Industry specializing in exports where she was invited to be the first woman to lead a Scottish Trade Mission. Her travels, years spent living in France and her success in a male-dominated business inspired her new book, The Chateau, a beautifully written, dramatic modern classic tale of mystery and suspense set in Scotland and France.The Sinclair family, torn apart by tragedy, is exposed to media speculation. Mother Veronique is plunged into manic depression and daughter Caterine seems incapable of committing to the prospects of a brilliant academic career.Son, David, takes control, restoring family harmony and happiness. Caterine graduates with an outstanding degree, developing a ruthless ambition to atone for the guilt she feels for that family tragedy.In her subsequent business career Caterine travels extensively achieving many accolades but, in her personal life, love affairs end in sadness and disappointment. During this time, Caterine’s sixth sense re-emerges to warn of danger, particularly regarding a close family friend whom she distrusts.Eventually, Caterine finds fulfillment in a loving marriage and happiness prevails. Suddenly as life prospers, a mysterious danger confronts her but she fights to defend herself and finds a solution. This “solution” returns to haunt her, to threaten her marriage and her family, while the media salivate in anticipation. The question: who can and cannot survive? The spellbinding conclusion is epic and not soon forgotten.