Eve Chase’s first novel was Black Rabbit Hall, published internationally to rave reviews. She always wanted to write about families – ones that go wrong but somehow survive – and big old houses, where secrets and untold stories seed in the crumbling stone walls. Growing up with three brothers, she particularly loved creating the four Wilde sisters in this novel, a spirited sisterhood that felt like her own.
Eve is married with three children and lives in Oxford. She previously lived in Queen’s Park for many years.
‘One of the most enthralling novelists of the moment’ Lisa Jewell
‘Exquisite and evocative – the pace and suspense are handled expertly‘ Sarah Vaughan
‘An enthralling story of secrets, sisters and an unsolved mystery’ Kate Morton
Bestselling author Natasha Solomons will discuss how she spins historical research into immersive fiction in her latest novel, ‘House of Gold’, a personal story of money, power and a desperate marriage. She will be joined by acclaimed writer Eve Chase, whose latest novel, The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde, is a time-slip novel about a girl […]