WorldCat Identities

Webb, Katherine 1977-

Overview
Works: 76 works in 414 publications in 16 languages and 4,708 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  History  Domestic fiction  Historical fiction  Romance fiction  Psychological fiction  Paranormal fiction  Action and adventure fiction  Thrillers (Fiction)  Detective and mystery fiction 
Roles: Author, Creator, Contributor, Instrumentalist
Classifications: PR6123.E228, 823.92
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Katherine Webb
The legacy : a novel by Katherine Webb( Book )

72 editions published between 2010 and 2015 in 15 languages and held by 1,410 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

After the death of their grandmother, Erica Calcott and her sister Beth return to Storton Manor in Wiltshire, England, where they, while sorting through her things, decide to discover what really happened to their cousin Henry whose disappearance tore the family apart so that the past can be laid to rest
A half forgotten song by Katherine Webb( Book )

49 editions published between 2012 and 2016 in 10 languages and held by 901 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When renowned artist Charles Aubrey and his exotic mistress and their daughters arrive in a small village on the Dorset coast in 1937, 14-year-old Mitzy Hatcher sees a future she had never thought possible, which kindles within her a powerful love that grows from innocence to obsession
The unseen by Katherine Webb( Book )

49 editions published between 2011 and 2016 in 8 languages and held by 798 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A vicar with a passion for nature, the Reverend Albert Canning leads a happy existence with his naive wife, Hester, in their sleepy Berkshire village in the year 1911. But as the English summer dawns, the Cannings' lives are forever changed by two new arrivals: Cat, their new maid, a disaffected, free-spirited young woman sent down from London after entanglements with the law; and Robin Durrant, a leading expert in the occult, enticed by tales of elemental being in the water meadows nearby. Quickly finding a place for herself in the underbelly of local society, Cat secretly plots her escape. Meanwhile, Robin, a young man of considerable magnetic charm and beauty, soon becomes an object of fascination and desire. Sweltering in the oppressive summer heat, the peaceful rectory turns into a hotbed of dangerous ambition, forbidden love, and jealousy--a potent mixture of emotions that ultimately leads to murder."--Page 4 of cover
The night falling by Katherine Webb( Book )

26 editions published between 2014 and 2018 in 4 languages and held by 427 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Puglia, Italy, 1921: Leandro returns home, now a rich man with a glamorous American wife. But how did he get so wealthy - and what haunts his outwardly exuberant wife? Boyd, a quiet English architect, is hired to build Leandro's dreams. But why is he so afraid of Leandro? Clare, Boyd's diffident wife, is summoned to Puglia with her stepson. At first desperate to leave, she soon finds a compelling reason to stay. Ettore, starving, poor and grieving for his lost fiancee, is too proud to ask his Uncle Leandro for help - until events conspire to force his hand. Tensions are high as poverty leads veterans of the Great War to the brink of rebellion. And under the burning sky, a reckless love and a violent enmity will bring brutal truths to light
The misbegotten by Katherine Webb( Book )

36 editions published between 2013 and 2018 in 6 languages and held by 336 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bath, 1821. Rachel Crofton escapes the binds of her unhappy employment as a governess by marrying a charming self-made businessman. She sees a chance to create the family and home she has so long been without, but her new life soon takes an unexpected turn. Through her new husband's connections, Rachel is invited to become the companion of the reclusive Jonathan Alleyn, a man tortured by memories of the Peninsula War, and tormented by the disappearance of his childhood sweetheart, Alice. Starling, foundling servant to the Alleyn family, is convinced that Alice, the woman she loved as a sister, was stolen from her. Did Alice run away? Or did something altogether more sinister occur?
The English girl by Katherine Webb( Book )

18 editions published between 2016 and 2018 in 4 languages and held by 168 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Joan Seabrook, a fledgling archaeologist, has fulfilled her lifelong dream to travel to Arabia and has arrived in the ancient city of Muscat with her fiance, Rory. Desperate to escape the pain of a personal tragedy, she longs to explore the desert fort of Jabrin and unearth the wonders held within. But Oman is a land lost in time, in the midst of violent upheaval, and gaining permission to explore could prove impossible. Joan's disappointment is only eased by the thrill of meeting her childhood heroine, pioneering explorer Maude Vickery, and hearing the stories that captured her imagination as a child. The friendship that forms between the two women will change everything. Both women have desires to fulfill and secrets to keep. As their bond grows, Joan is inspired by the thrill of her new friend's past and finds herself swept up in a bold and dangerous adventure of Maude's making. Only too late does she begin to question her actions - actions that will spark a wild, and potentially devastating, chain of events."--Page [4] 0f cover
The legacy by Katherine Webb( Recording )

15 editions published between 2010 and 2012 in English and held by 123 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Following the death of their grandmother, Erica Calcott & her sister Beth return to Storton Manor, where they spent their summer holidays as children. When Erica begins to sort through the house, she relives memories of her childhood - & of her cousin, Henry, whose disappearance from the manor tore the family apart
The hiding places by Katherine Webb( Book )

9 editions published between 2016 and 2018 in English and Undetermined and held by 108 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

What could be more important than finding the truth?' Wiltshire, 1922. Fifteen-year old Pudding Cartwright has begun the career she always wanted, as girl groom to the Hadleigh family's horses at Manor Farm. Irene Hadleigh is struggling to adjust to her new life in sleepy Slaughterford, having married Alistair to escape a scandal in London. At a loss to occupy herself, Irene sets about restyling Manor Farm, and during the work the chance finding of a strange object, hidden away in the house for years, will change everything. When somebody close to both of them is murdered, Pudding and Irene are thrown together to seek out the identity of the killer in their midst, unaware of just how deep the roots of the crime lie. During a hot, humid summer of grief, betrayal, and misapprehensions, they will uncover truths neither of them could ever have foreseen
The unseen by Katherine Webb( Recording )

11 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 102 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

England, 1911. The Reverend Albert Canning, a vicar with a passion for spiritualism, leads a happy existence with his naive wife Hester in a sleepy Berkshire village. As summer dawns, their quiet lives are changed for ever by two new arrivals
A half forgotten song by Katherine Webb( Recording )

6 editions published between 2012 and 2013 in English and held by 72 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Moving from the wilds of the Dorset coast to the intoxicating heat of a Moroccan summer, 'A Half Forgotten Song' explores the quixotic nature of memory - and the perils of obsessive love
English Girl, the by Katherine Webb( Book )

in English and held by 45 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Oman, 1958. The ancient city of Muscat is a land lost in time - hard, secretive, beautiful. The few European residents are well known to one another: dinners, dances and drinks parties continue behind compound doors despite the fact that rebels have risen up against the Sultan. As his troops fight back, the roar of British fighter planes coming to the Sultan's aid echoes over the desert. Freya Seabrook has come to Muscat with her archaeologist fiance, Jasper Cole, keen to explore the vast fort of Jabrin, said to conceal great wonders. But Freya has another reason to be excited: the chance to meet her childhood heroine, pioneering adventurer Maude Villette Bouvier. Freya introduces herself to the elderly Maude, now living in a large crumbling house with the Sultan's particular blessing, and meets her young friend Charlie, an officer in the fledgling SAS, newly arrived in Oman. Maude, it seems, may be the key to persuading the Sultan to let Freya and Jasper excavate Jabrin. But that help will come at a price, because Maude also has things that she wants. In one of the Sultan's prisons languishes a man named Salih. Maude presses Freya to visit him and caught up in the romance of Maude's past adventures and the thrill of her own; only too late does Freya start to question her actions - and Maude's motives. As Freya becomes a pawn in a treacherous struggle to settle old scores she must try to work out where her heart lies and whether she can rescue the situation before the terrible consequences are unleashed
Una canzone quasi dimenticata by Katherine Webb( Book )

2 editions published in 2014 in Italian and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The hiding places by Katherine Webb( Recording )

3 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Wiltshire, 1922. Fifteen-year old Pudding Cartwright is girl groom to the Hadleigh family's horses at Manor Farm. Irene Hadleigh is struggling to adjust to her new life in sleepy Slaughterford, having married Alistair to escape a scandal in London. Irene sets about restyling Manor Farm, but the chance finding of a strange object, hidden away in the house for years, changes everything. When somebody close to both of them is murdered, Pudding and Irene are thrown together to seek out the identity of the killer. During a hot, humid summer of grief, betrayal, and misapprehensions, they will uncover truths neither of them could ever have foreseen
Das fremde Mädchen by Katherine Webb( Recording )

6 editions published in 2014 in German and Undetermined and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Die prächtigen Häuser von Landsdown Crescent thronen über der englischen Stadt Bath hier stellt sich Rachel als Gesellschafterin vor und begegnet dem zurückgezogenen Jonathan zum ersten Mal. Obwohl ihn dunkle Erinnerungen zu quälen scheinen, zieht er sie in seinen Bann. Einst verlor er seine grosse Liebe Alice unter mysteriösen Umständen. Welches Geheimnis verbindet Rachel mit jener jungen Frau, die so plötzlich verschwand und der sie aufs Haar gleicht? Immer tiefer gerät sie in eine Spurensuche, die ihr Schicksal bestimmen wird
Italienische Nächte by Katherine Webb( Recording )

4 editions published in 2015 in German and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Die Engländerin Clare reist mit ihrem Sohn Pip nach Süditalien, wo ihr Mann seit einiger Zeit für den Grundbesitzer Leandro Cardetta arbeitet. Als sie Ettore, den Neffen Leandros, kennenlernt, verliebt sie sich Hals über Kopf in den jungen Mann und beschwört damit eine Tragödie herauf
Das Haus der vergessenen Träume Belletristik ; gekürzte Lesung by Katherine Webb( Recording )

7 editions published in 2012 in German and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Das Versprechen der Wüste by Katherine Webb( Recording )

6 editions published in 2016 in German and Undetermined and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Die Archäologin Joan Seabrook ist Feuer und Flamme als sie 1958 ihren Verlobten in den Oman begleiten kann, denn sie träumt von der Erkundung der Wüste der arabischen Halbinsel. Dort trifft Joan auf ihr grosses Vorbild Maude Vickery und auf den Kommandanten Charlie Elliot, der sich ihrer annimmt
The English girl by Katherine Webb( Recording )

2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Oman, 1958. The ancient city of Muscat is a land lost in time hard, secretive, beautiful. The few European residents are well known to one another: dinners, dances and drinks parties continue behind compound doors despite the fact that rebels have risen up against the Sultan. As his troops fight back, the roar of British fighter planes coming to the Sultan's aid echoes over the desert. Freya Seabrook has come to Muscat with her archaeologist fiance, Jasper Cole, keen to explore the vast fort of Jabrin, said to conceal great wonders. But Freya has another reason to be excited: the chance to meet her childhood heroine, pioneering adventurer Maude Villette Bouvier. Freya introduces herself to the elderly Maude, now living in a large crumbling house with the Sultan's particular blessing, and meets her young friend Charlie, an officer in the fledgling SAS, newly arrived in Oman. Maude, it seems, may be the key to persuading the Sultan to let Freya and Jasper excavate Jabrin. But that help will come at a price, because Maude also has things that she wants. In one of the Sultan's prisons languishes a man named Salih. Maude presses Freya to visit him and caught up in the romance of Maude's past adventures and the thrill of her own; only too late does Freya start to question her actions and Maude's motives. As Freya becomes a pawn in a treacherous struggle to settle old scores she must try to work out where her heart lies and whether she can rescue the situation before the terrible consequences are unleashed
En sang fra fortiden by Katherine Webb( Recording )

5 editions published between 2013 and 2016 in Norwegian and Danish and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

14 år gammel begynner Mitzy Hatcher å sitte modell for den berømte maleren Charles Aubrey, som ferierer i Dorset med sin marokkanske elskerinne og deres to døtre. Snart slutter Mitzy å se på maleren med barnets uskyldige beundring, og i stedet overtar et besettende begjær. 60 år senere forsøker kunsthandleren Zach å finne ut hva som egentlig skjedde mellom Mitzy og Aubrey i løpet av tre skjebnesvangre somre før krigen. Katherine Webb, forfatteren av suksessromaner som "Arven" og "Det du ikke ser" bruker nok en gang en fortelling fra vår samtid til å nøste opp i hemmeligheter i fortiden
Die Frauen am Fluss Roman by Katherine Webb( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in German and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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The legacy : a novel
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Katherine Webb britische Schriftstellerin

Katherine Webb British writer

Katherine Webb Brits schrijfster

Katherine Webb écrivaine anglaise

Katherine Webb escriptora britànica

Katherine Webb escritora británica

Katherine Webb scriitoare britanică

Katherine Webb Suurbritannia kirjanik

Webb Katherine A.

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