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Mar 03, 2015 | ISBN 9780451472090

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Praise for The Snow Globe 

“Both a gripping tale of family secrets and a comedy of manners, Kinghorn’s novel paints a vivid portrait of love and its perplexing complications. Set against the backdrop of Europe in the years following the Great War, The Snow Globe is a fascinating journey back in time. Historical fiction fans will not want to miss this gem!”—Renee Rosen, author of What the Lady Wants

“An absolutely delicious book…The period is beautifully observed, and we are expertly drawn into a suspenseful blend of tangled relationships and shocking discoveries. Daisy’s coming of age in the ‘brave new world’ of post-war England had me holding my breath. Elegant and evocative to the last word.”—Elizabeth Cooke, author of Rutherford Park and The Wild Flowers

Praise for The Memory of Lost Senses

“Lucinda Riley’s readers will enjoy Kinghorn’s manipulation of the story’s timeline, fans of Sarah Jio will adore the novel’s romantic backbone, and historical-fiction readers will appreciate Kinghorn’s eye for authentic period details.”—Booklist

“Beautifully written…the lyrical prose and hints of mystery, betrayal, blackmail, jealousy and regret make for a touching, thought-provoking and compelling read.” —Romantic Times, 4 1/2 stars

“Kinghorn’s prose is lovely, lavishly describing both the characters and the setting, which leaves the reader with a strong sense of time and place.”—Historical Novel Society

“Exquisite…a page-turning, atmospheric mystery story but with a powerful, all-consuming love affair burning deep at its core…”—Lancaster Evening Post (UK)

“A witty, clever and compelling tale, with a beautiful love story at its heart. I loved it.”—Jane Harris, author of The Observations and Gillespie and I

Praise for The Last Summer

“An enchanting story of love and war, and the years beyond.” —Penny Vincenzi, bestselling author of Wicked Pleasures

“A sumptuous, absorbing tale of love in time of war. Judith Kinghorn’s novel brilliantly illuminates the experiences of a generation of blighted youth.”—Rachel Hore, bestselling author of A Place of Secrets

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