Nights of Rain and Stars

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McArthur, 2005 - Tourists - 392 pages
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In a tiny Greek village, tourists enter a hilltop tavern, alone and in pairs, for a casual lunch. But a sudden tragedy in the harbor below causes these perfect strangers to become unlikely friends as their lives begin to entwine.
Fiona left her nursing career in Ireland to be with the man everyone thinks is wrong for her. Elsa fled Germany and her high-powered television job once she learned what the man she loved was hiding from her. Thomas mourns his failed marriage and misses his young son in California, while David yearns to reconcile with his family in England without having to go into the family business. Chance has brought them together, and together they will find new ways of looking at the lives they left behind.

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nighte of rain and stars

User Review  - peg2011 - Overstock.com

i always enjoy maeve binchys books this book was easy to read liked the bigger format was easy to hold but what i like most is her style. she really knows people and her descriptions of places is excellent. i can picture in my mind everything she describes. Read full review

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Readers longing for escape can vacation on the picturesque Greek island village of Aghia Anna in Binchy's(Scarlett Feather ) latest tale. There, characters from Germany, England, Ireland, and ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Maeve Binchy was born in Dublin, Ireland on May 28, 1940. She received a B.A. from University College in Dublin in 1960. After teaching at a school for girls, she became a journalist, columnist and editor at the Irish Times. By 1979, she was writing plays, a successful television script, and several short story collections. Her first novel, Light a Penny Candle, was published in 1982. During her lifetime, she wrote more than 20 books including Silver Wedding, Scarlet Feather, Heart and Soul, Minding Frankie, and A Week in Winter. The Lilac Bus and Echoes were made into TV movies, while Circle of Friends, Tara Road and How About You were made into feature films. Her title Chestnut Street is a New York Times Best Seller. She died after a brief illness on July 30, 2012 at the age of 72.

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