A place you will never forgetRosemunde Pilcher's Scotland...where the fields flourish with greenery, the bills bloom with purple, and the lochs glitter with the bright blue of the sky.A time you will never forgetSeptember...when the heather is in full flower, the first chill of autumn cools the... show more
A place you will never forgetRosemunde Pilcher's Scotland...where the fields flourish with greenery, the bills bloom with purple, and the lochs glitter with the bright blue of the sky.A time you will never forgetSeptember...when the heather is in full flower, the first chill of autumn cools the air, and the countryside stirs with the hunt b alls, dinner parties, and dance.A novel you will never forgetRosamunde Pilcher's September...a story of homecomings and heartbreaks, friendships, betrayls, forgiveness, and love. From the author of the classic multimillion-copy bestseller The Shell Seeker, it is a book you will fall in love with...A main selection of the Literary Guild and the Doubleday Book Club
Publish date: July 15th 1991
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 613
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
bookshelves: autumn-2012, britain-scotland, hardback, one-penny-wonder, paper-read, food-glorious-food, published-1990, aga-saga, flufferoonies, bucolic-or-pastoral, gardening, mental-health, families, sport Read in January, 2012 I picked this book for two reasons. 1) the title, which fits into ...
Photo of my cover as it is not available here on Goodreads or Librarything. This copy has 531 pages.I picked this book for two reasons. 1) the title, which fits into my personal season goals 2) it is based in Scotland, where one day I shall park a rocking chair and remember life incidences, chuckle,...
I received this book as a gift from a friend. She liked it and though I would, too. And I did. I really did. I have a few RP at home, but never bothered reading them, because I remember the corny TV movies based on her books. Let me tell you, this wasn't like those corny TV movies. Well, it was corn...
Not really my kind of book but a good readA bit like junk food - I consumed the story quickly and thought it OK., But it didn't leave much of an impression and was soon forgotten.
I know that part of the reason I like both this and The Shell Seekers so much is the tough old broads at the center of the books. While the story of Pandora is a bit overwrought, she's an overwrought sort of character, isn't she? Anyway, I'm as enamored of big old country houses as the next person...
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