Speaking from the Heart: Ethics, Reincarnation & what it Means to be Human
Joan Grant's novels?an extraordinary conflation of autobiography and historical fiction, with their unique mix of ethics and reincarnation?have inspired millions of readers since their first publication 70 years ago. Speaking from the Heart, a new work, presents a selection of unpublished writings, assembled and edited by her granddaughter Nicola Bennett, in collaboration with Grant's dearest friend, Sophia Rosoff, and Jane Lahr.
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Foreword by William Shawcross
The Scarlet Fish A Story by Joan Grant
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