The Blind Miller
Mary Hetherington dominates her family. She's runs a spotless house, and she's kind, efficient and generous - providing they do what she wants. But when her son brings home a girl from the 'wrong end' of the Fifteen Streets she soon takes against her.
When she discovers that Sarah is loved not just by David but by all the men of the house, Mary realises that the 'interloper', if allowed to go unchecked, will become a challenge to her authority.
Meanwhile Sarah finds that even the most proper people have their quarrels, and secrets they're anxious to hide . . .
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Review: The Blind MillerUser Review - Katie Q - Goodreads
Not the depressing story I feel the ones I have previously read of Catherine Cookson. This is a story of hope and strength. Funny how human interactions really haven't changed over the ages. Read full review
Review: The Blind MillerUser Review - Mary Beth - Goodreads
Why on earth would a woman agree to live next door to her hateful mother-in-law? I love Catherine Cookson, but this one was a little disjointed. Read full review