The Dandelion Years (Paperback)Erica James (author)
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'Someone had made a perfect job of creating a place in which to hide a notebook . . . there was no address, only a date: September 1943 . . .'
Ashcombe was the most beautiful house Saskia had ever seen as a little girl. A rambling cottage on the edge of a Suffolk village, it provided a perfect sanctuary to hide from the tragedy which shattered her childhood.
Now an adult, Saskia is still living at Ashcombe and as a book restorer devotes her days tending to broken and battered books, daydreaming about the people who had once turned their pages. When she discovers a hidden notebook - and realises someone has gone to a great deal of trouble to hide a story of their own - Saskia finds herself drawn into a heart-rending tale of wartime love.
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 496
Weight: 346 g
Dimensions: 198 x 173 x 33 mm
The twists and turns in this unconventional love story will keep you guessing until the end. * WOMAN *
This is a gentle, well-written read, stuffed full of engaging characters you'll root for from the start * DAILY MAIL *
Beautiful and heart-warming * SUN ON SUNDAY FABULOUS MAGAZINE *
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