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by W Riley
Following on from Windyridge, published in 1912, Riley has taken the main character on a return visit to the hamlet of Windyridge, with her grown-up daughter. We become re-acquainted with many of the characters from the first book along with some wonderful descriptions and pithy conversation.
Hardcover, Seventh, 312 pages
Published 1928 by Herbert Jenkins
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Another book by Riley that I have enjoyed immensely. His descriptions of the moors are wonderfully supported by equally deep descriptions of the characters thoughts, feelings and in many cases the simple faith they live by. The 'Cynic' from the first novel doesn't really feature, allowing the now Mrs Derwent to remain the key person through who's eyes we observe the varied relationships at work in the novel.