Hand in Glove by Robert GoddardIn her seaside cottage, Beatrix Abberley bravely confronts an intruder moments before her life is brutally taken. The crime stuns the elderly spinster’s family—especially Beatrix’s niece, Charlotte Ladram. But Charlotte has little time to mourn the loss of her beloved aunt and little patience when police quickly arrest a man Charlotte believes is innocent. For Charlotte, a harrowing quest for answers begins—one that will take her into the shadows of the past…and into the life and secrets of the dead woman’s brother, famed poet and casualty of the Spanish Civil War, Tristram Abberley.
Now, amid shattering revelations about her family, and in the aftermath of a second savage crime, Charlotte finds herself at the center of a widening storm. And for Charlotte, something extraordinary is beginning to happen. As fifty years of secrets begin to unravel, shy, cautious Charlotte is coming alive in the shadow of a mystery—uncovering a shocking tale of wartime greed and treachery, and a vendetta of violence seemingly without end….
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4 days ago hand in glove definition: 1. working together, often to do something dishonest: 2. if you work hand in glove with someone. Learn more.
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Related to hand in glove: take the gloves off , the gloves are off. Our art department works hand in glove with our marketing division to make sure all the campaigns are consistently designed. I've worked hand in glove with Gary for years, so at this point we're very familiar with each other's strengths. John is really hand in glove with Sally. The teacher and the principal work hand in glove. On intimate terms, in close association, as in The internist is hand in glove with the surgeon, so you'd better get a second opinion. This metaphoric expression for a close fit was already included in John Ray's collection of proverbs, when it was put hand and glove.
These words appear in red, and are graded with stars. One-star words are frequent, two-star words are more frequent, and three-star words are the most frequent. The thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary. Click on the thesaurus category heading under the button in an entry to see the synonyms and related words for that meaning. Definition and synonyms of hand in glove from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of hand in glove.