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The Lost Garden


 On Sale: 27/07/2009
 Formats:     Trade paperback | E-Book
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In spring 1941, when London is under attack, Gwen Davis escapes the city for Devon, where she will instruct young girls in growing crops for the Home Front. There, she meets two people who will change her life forever: Raley, a Canadian officer awaiting posting to the Front with his men; and Jane, a frail but free spirit whose fiancé is missing in action. Through them, Gwen comes to understand the unbelievable joy and the unbearable risks of love. Called “exquisite” by The New York Times, this beautifully nuanced novel received rave reviews around the world.


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Critical Praise for The Lost Garden

“A triumph: written in perfect pitch by a writer whose heart is as open as her eyes.”

Toronto Star

ISBN: 9781554684748; ISBN10: 1554684749; On Sale: 27/07/2009; Format: Trade paperback; Trimsize: ; Pages: 224; $17.99; Ages: 1 and Up

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