Alice Jordan looks forward to moving into The Grey House, an 18th-century residence in a village full of friendly eccentrics. But the change of scenery leads to even greater changes, as she forms a sudden, fierce friendship with an independent young woman named Clodagh-a friendship that will take her husband, the villagers, and Alice herself by complete surprise.
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About Joanna Trollope
JOANNA TROLLOPE has been writing for over thirty years. Her enormously successful contemporary works of fiction, several of which have been televised, include Other People’s Children, Marrying the Mistress, Girl from the South, Brother & Sister, Second Honeymoon and her… More about Joanna Trollope
Published by Berkley Sep 03, 2002| 304 Pages| 5-1/8 x 8| ISBN 9780425186053