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020 _a9781847828453
020 _a1847828450
035 _a(Sirsi) RO509366
040 _aUkLcULP
_dTAUP
100 1 _aNichols-Worrall, Mary.
_9482553
245 1 4 _aThe summer house
_h[text (large print)] /
_cMary Nichols.
250 _aLarge print edition
260 _aLeicester :
_bThorpe,
_c2009.
300 _a534 pages ;
_c24 cm.
336 _atext
_btxt
_2rdacontent
337 _aunmediated
_bn
_2rdamedia
338 _avolume
_bnc
_2rdacarrier
520 _aThe Great War; 1918. Young Lady Helen, daughter of Lord Hardingham, is persuaded to marry Richard. But her soldier husband returns to the front leaving Helen to wonder just who it is she's married. Then Oliver Donovan enters her life and she's in love for the first time. Oliver returns to his regiment - and is never seen again. When Helen is left with his child the baby is taken from her and given away for adoption. Over twenty years pass; a second war is ravaging Europe, and Laura, Helen's daughter, is also caught in a tragic love affair and left expecting a baby. Gradually the truth about her parentage is revealed, old wounds are healed and, with Helen's support, Laura learns to fall in love again.
596 _a11 18 22 27 37 68 82 96 135 165
598 _aKO-BOP
650 0 _aFamily secrets
_vFiction.
_9623438
650 0 _aMothers and daughters
_vFiction.
_9624594
655 0 _aLarge type books.
_9581807
948 _a29/09/2009
_b19/01/2010
_zSirsi
029 _a9781847828453 (hbk.)
029 _a1847828450 (hbk.)
029 _c65.0000
999 _c106186
_d106186