Autumn of Strangers

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Hodder & Stoughton, Apr 26, 2012 - Fiction - 378 pages
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Caroline and Lydia couldn't be more different. Caroline is careful and tidy, with four children; Lydia is single and seemingly out of control. When travellers move into a nearby field, a line is drawn through the village and the women seem to be on opposite sides of it. It changes their lives.

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Joanna Hines grew up in London and attended the LSE and Oxford. She and her Canadian husband started their own agricultural machinery business, now sold, and currently run their own small press. Joanna is a counsellor for Relate. She has two grown-up children and a step-daughter. Visit Joanna's website at

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