Tag Archives: Rosamunde Pilcher

The Empty House

“She was not happy, but, to all intents and purposes, she had everything. A lovely house, a handsome husband, and the children. The children were worth everything…” Virginia Keile is recuperating from the death of her husband. Left to cope … Continue reading

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“September” is a novel set in Scotland about several characters who are invited to a dance party for a young lady turning twenty-one. Katy Steynton, the honoree, plays a very minor role in the novel (in fact the reader hardly … Continue reading

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