Judith Kinghorn was born in Northumberland, on the borders of England and Scotland. She lived and worked in London for many years before moving with her family to Hampshire. Her début novel THE LAST SUMMER was first published in the UK in April 2012. Visit Judith at www.judithkinghornwriter.com... show more
Judith Kinghorn was born in Northumberland, on the borders of England and Scotland. She lived and worked in London for many years before moving with her family to Hampshire. Her début novel THE LAST SUMMER was first published in the UK in April 2012. Visit Judith at www.judithkinghornwriter.com Facebook: authorjudithkinghorn Twitter: @judithkinghorn
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Two women, Pearl Gibson and Lady Ottoline Campbell are the main characters in this historical fiction novel that starts at the beginning of World War I. All Pearl knows of her mother is that shortly after her birth, she committed suicide. Pearl grows up with her Aunt Kitty, living hand to mouth and ...
I was a little undecided with this at first. It seemed to go in several different directions. However, it finally settled down mostly about a mother and and her youngest daughter. There were a lot of twists and turns in this of a English setting, after a great war. It finally had a nice ending and t...
Bellissimo libro che,attraverso la vita e l'atteggiamento verso questa della protagonista, svela il modo di vivere e di pensare della nobiltà inglese poco prima dell'inizio della prima guerra mondiale e negli anni successivi.
Wow. I really loved this book. Made me cry.You can read the full review of this book on my blog here.I apologize because I recognize that it is very irritating to have to go to someone's blog to find their review. I made this decision because, unfortunately, Goodreads has made certain decisions abou...
The only thing that I didn't like about this book is that it ended. I could have read on and on about Tom and Clarissa. Set in a time right before World War I changed the world. When servants and noblepeople knew "their place" So much heartache and missed chances.