Miss Garnet's angel

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HarperCollins, Jun 14, 2000 - Fiction - 342 pages
Stories magically unfold within this novel's tale of Miss Julia Garnet, a school teacher who decides, after the death of her longtime friend, Harriet, to take an apartment for six months in Venice. Overwhelmed by the beauty of the city and its magnificent art, Miss Garnet's English reserve begins to melt away. For the first time in her life she falls in love and her once ordinary world is further transformed.

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User Review  - Erratic_Charmer - LibraryThing

Purchased on a whim at Richard Booth's Bookshop in Hay-on-Wye, and very glad I did! After the death of her friend and flatmate Harriet, Julia Garnet, a middle-aged atheist Communist virgin, decides to ... Read full review

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User Review  - ElaineRuss - LibraryThing

This novel began very promisingly. It was charming and interesting and while that remains throughout the novel I found myself drifting away from it a little. About halfway through the book, it seemed ... Read full review


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