An old-fashioned murder mystery with Hestercombe, a beautiful - and real - English garden as backdrop. The central character is a newly widowed middle-aged woman who has spent her married life traveling the world with her diplomat husband and now returns to an England that has changed much in her absence. As she ponders her future, she gets pulled into the vagaries of village life, its traditions, its characters and the mayhem that ensues with the discovery of a body in the garden.
A mother, son and a daughter. All like to write poetry. This poetry was written when the authors were between the ages of 15 and 17. Can you tell who wrote which poem? Two of the writers have had a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. One of those two writers has been taken off all medication and declared by the doctors to be in remission. Why do we tell you this? So you can ponder the differences and the similarities we all may share, and that angst and growing and life's perspectives may not be so different between us all, regardless of what else we are dealing with. My family hopes you enjoy our little experiment. At the very least, we hope you find your thoughts provoked and your mind stimulated. Thank you for being a part of our experiment. My best to you all, Deborah Rose
Lose yourself in a land of legends, a fae world so sumptuous that you may never return home . The tantalising start to a seductive high-fantasy trilogy from the New York Times bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series, Sarah J. Maas. Fans of Laini Taylor and George R.R. Martin will find it irresistible
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