Winter solstice

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St. Martin's Press, 2001 - Fiction - 504 pages
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Following a tragedy, Elfrida Phipps takes refuge in a rambling house called Corrydale in the north of Scotland, which attracts a motley assortment of waifs and strays, each trying to escape a difficult personal past.

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There is something so magical about reading a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher that I can hardly find the right words to express how enchanting the reading experience. Her writing has a lyrical style that ... Read full review

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This is a charming, albeit long at nearly 600 pages, novel full of lovable odd characters, a freezing Scottish winter, and lots of friendship and love. There is tragedy and loss, but there is also ... Read full review

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