A Dangerous Crossing by Rachel Rhys #review @doubledayuk @MsTamarCohen

Check out this review of the book, A Dangerous Crossing, by Rachel Rhys, from the Portobello Book Blog

Portobello Book Blog

“You can’t get away with anything on a ship you know. Someone always finds out.”

So says the glamorous and beautiful Eliza Campbell, one of the first class passengers on board the ocean liner Orontes. It’s 1939 and the Orontes is setting sail for Australia, taking its passengers to a new life and leaving behind the threat of another war in Europe. Among those passengers is Lily Shepherd, trying to leave behind a secret that we get glimpses of throughout the book. On board ship, she quickly makes friends with many of the passengers but her choices don’t all sit easily with other passengers. As the ship makes its five-week voyage towards Australia, Rachel Rhys takes her readers on a completely addictive journey finding out about the passengers, the secrets they are trying to leave behind them and all that happens on the boat and at its various stopping points.

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