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The Hetherington Women Part 2

Catherine Andersen

A year after the war has ended, major reconstruction is being undertaken throughout the country in an effort to restore the damage wrought by years of bitter conflict.

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-450-0
Published : 16/04/2015
Pages : 244
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Catherine Andersen

London-born Catherine Andersen has lived and worked in several countries throughout the world, including Canada, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, in the Eastern Province on the Arabian Gulf, and Jeddah in the Western Province on the Red Sea.

She has travelled with her husband, a Danish engineer, and wrote this book whilst accompanying him in a two-year work assignment in America. They actually lived in a two hundred-year-old converted Presbyterian church in the small New Jersey town of Asbury, which having changed very little from when it was settled, provided the inspiration for this novel.

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A year after the war has ended, major reconstruction is being undertaken throughout the country in an effort to restore the damage wrought by years of bitter conflict.

The Hetherington women too are to be afforded the opportunity to renew family ties, after years of enforced seperation, when a letter arrives at White Lakes Plantation, inviting Lilybee and her nephew Edmund to the wedding of his sister in New Jersey. Of course, Grace, who has now become Lilybee's constant companion, will also accompany them on the arduous journey and she cannot believe that she is about to meet her beloved daughter – a dream that she has cherished in her heart for seventeen long years, since they were so cruelly torn apart.

 

 

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