Searching For Tilly
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Searching For Tilly

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Three women came to the remote Cornish cottage that summer: Jenna, only 26 and grieving for the loss of the love of her life; her mother Caro, whose husband Steve had also died; and Laura, who had been married to Caro's beloved brother Geoff. The Widow's Cottage, the house where there were staying was called, and it was poignantly suitable. In that tiny Cornish community they discover strange memories of their forebears, and especially of Tilly, Cora's mother, whose family history seemed to mirror so much of their own.They become swept up in the dramatic story of Tilly and her family, a story which takes them on an epic journey across the West Country and to the solution of an amazing family mystery.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 512 pages
  • 105 x 178 x 31mm | 250g
  • Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Corgi Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 055215556X
  • 9780552155564
  • 682,147

About Susan Sallis

Susan Sallis is the author of many bestselling novels, including Choices, Come Rain or Shine, The Keys to the Garden, The Apple Barrel, Sea of Dreams, Time of Arrival, Lydia Fielding, Five Farthings, The Pumpkin Coach, After Midnight and No Man's Island. She was born in Gloucestershire and now lives in Clevedon, Somerset.show more

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A journey into the past, and hope for the future... Three women come to a remote Cornish village for the summer: Jenna, only 26 and grieving for the loss of the love of her life; her mother Caro, whose husband Steve has also died; and Laura, who had been married to Caro's beloved brother Geoff.They are staying in a house called Widdowe's Cottage - a poignantly suitable name. In that tiny Cornish community they discover many strange memories of their forebears, and especially of Tilly, Caro's mother, whose family history seemed to mirror so much of their own. They become swept up in the dramatic story of Tilly and her family, a story which takes them on an epic journey across the West Country and to the solution of an amazing family mystery.show more

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40 ratings
3.6 out of 5 stars
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4 28% (11)
3 35% (14)
2 8% (3)
1 5% (2)
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