The Mill House

The Mill House

Book - 2005
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The powerful new novel from the Author of The Hornbeam Tree A successful editor with a gorgeous husband, two adorable children and a glorious house in Holland Park, Julia has everything that money can buy. But somehow she's still searching. Her beloved father walked out one day when she was sixteen and no one would tell her why. She's spent all her life missing the man who meant so much to her but wondering if she's blocked a memory too terrible to even contemplate. Julia's confusion over the past has come to dominate her present and is even threatening her idyllic marriage. And now, Julia's convinced her husband Josh is having an affair. Then one day she receives a phone call informing her that her father has died and he has left his house in Cornwall to her. Still reeling from the news she calls on her best friend Sylvia only to confront her worst fear. Devastated Julia decides to go down to Cornwall to see if she can discover the truth about her father. Although feeling betrayed by the two men she loved most she longs to find a way to break free from the past and save her fractured relationship with Josh. to its very foundation... Julia is a powerful tale of passion and betrayal and a woman's determination to find out the truth about her past, whatever it costs...
Publisher: London, Eng. : William Heinemann, 2005.
ISBN: 9780434011315
0434011312
Characteristics: 406 p. ;,24 cm.

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AnamCara
Oct 27, 2007

This is a relationship book and the author is very good at developing her characters. It is a quick, easy and satisfying read.

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