The Tryptych III, completes the trilogy with the tale of the magical relief carving that changed the lives of Elsa’s family forever. The Decalogue is stolen from the museum, and the family sets out to reinstate it. However, they did not account for adultery, time travel, ghosts, and revenge. Enjoy the story as it explores London in all its past glory to solve the crime. The Tryptych seems to have passed through the hands of Pocahontas and Byzantine monks. Even the mystery behind King Henry VIII’s exploding coffin and the fulfillment of the curse is revealed. Is there a happy ending? Only time will tell….
This is the first book I have read by this author and I’m very pleased to say I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. The plot is brilliant, once I started reading it, I had to finish it in one sitting, putting it down and coming back later just wasn’t an option for me. There are some unexpected events that kept me guessing. The characters are well rounded and very likable and easy to relate to. Although set in modern times there is also a lot of history to the backstory that is provided. If you enjoy history and mystery books, then you shall love this book!
About Catherine Habbie
Catherine Habbie lives in London with her family. She has worked as a banker and teacher in India. She is the author of the following books:
‘The Tryptych’ is a novel chronicling the lives of an enigmatic family spanning three generations. It concludes with the unraveling of an ancient family secret.
In ‘The Tryptych II’, the family saga continues in verse as Elsa discovers new secrets in the family’s past with a lot of hope for the future.
The Tryptych III completes the trilogy with the tale of the magical relief carving that changed the lives of Elsa’s family forever. A blast from the past as the Tryptych seems to have passed through the hands of Pocahontas and mystic Byzantine monks. The mystery of Henry VIII’s exploding coffin and the fulfilled curse, all revealed here.
‘The Adventures of a Volunteer’ urges people to explore the wide network of charities currently working in London,’The Adventures of a Supply’ chronicles the adventures of Indian supply teachers. Both the books use the medium of light romance to enlighten readers about the life of charity workers& teachers, and that ‘The world is sans borders’ for those who dare!
Fairytales started out as a Christmas gift for the family. It is now a collection of magical stories penned down for both children and adults, including everyone’s favorite literary & contemporary characters-Cinderella, Harry Potter & even Sherlock Holmes!
Watch out for her new book series for toddlers, ‘Baby goes to London’.
Her poem collection ‘The Golden Years’ is out too.
The books are available in paperback,audio and Kindle versions.
Visit Catherine Habbie’s website.