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The Confessions of Frances Godwin by Robert Hellenga
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a story hard to stop reading. and..difficult to describe. family dynamics, love, death, spirituality, crime and punishment, happiness.
so well written, simply and subtly.
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Lying Awake by Mark Salzman
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The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy
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a simple, yet subtle story of not-quite real characters, whose emotions and traits are all too real. the setting, the heath, is the backdrop against which the human events become significant and universal
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Glittering Images by Susan Howatch
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The Chessmen by Peter  May
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i just discovered this writer and will look quickly for more of his work. this book offers the character of the outer hebrides of scotland, wonderfully portrayed humans and a compelling story of loyalty, betrayal and love.
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A Constellation of Vital Phenomena by Anthony Marra
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Father of the Rain by Lily King
Father of the Rain
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written with skill and with compassion, this is a book very impressive in how very real and very sympathetic are its characters, and its story of family.
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Emma by Alexander McCall Smith
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The World Without You by Joshua Henkin
The World Without You
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Helen Simonson
“Oh, it's simple pragmatism, Dad. It's called the real world. If we refused to do business with the morally questionable, the deal volume would drop in half and the good guys like us would end up poor. Then where would we all be?" said Roger. "On a nice dry spit of land know as the moral high ground?" suggested the Major.”
Helen Simonson, Major Pettigrew's Last Stand

Mahatma Gandhi
“When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it--always.”
Mahatma Gandhi

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