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The Memory Garden by Rachel Hore
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Apr 23, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, read-2009
Read in September, 2009

Well-written, relaxing and enjoyable. Mel goes to Cornwall, in the hope of a retreat from the stresses of life, taking a sabbatical from work to write a book. She finds herself intrigued by some pictures she finds there, and also by Patrick, the owner of the place she is temporarily renting.
Past and present intertwine, as we learn about the young woman who did the paintings, and then gradually Mel puts the story together. Not particularly memorable, but gentle and heartwarming with a satisfying conclusion. Recommended.

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