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by Marcia Willett

Author: Marcia Willett
Subcategory: British & Irish
Language: English
Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books; 1 edition (April 14, 2009)
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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Marcia Willett captured the hearts of Rosamunde Pilcher and Maeve Binchy fans across the nation with her previous heartwarming stories of family .

Marcia Willett captured the hearts of Rosamunde Pilcher and Maeve Binchy fans across the nation with her previous heartwarming stories of family devotion and abiding compassion. Now, in her newest novel, The Way We Were, Willett introduces a deeply moving and utterly real tale that is sure to win over a whole new set of readers. Tiggy arrives at the remote house on Bodmin Moor in the middle of a snowstorm. All alone, having losther partner in a tragic accident, Tiggy is welcomed into her best friend Julia's warm and chaotic family. With the Tiggy begins to live again as she eagerly awaits.

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The Way We Were: A Novel. Marcia Willett captured the hearts of Rosamunde Pilcher and Maeve Binchy fans across the nation with her previous heartwarming stories of family devotion and abiding compassion. All alone, having lost.

Marcia Willett, with her special talent for not only creating compassionate female characters but also depicting the English countryside, gives readers one of her best stories to date in THE WAY . I simply love Marcia Willet books.

Marcia Willett, with her special talent for not only creating compassionate female characters but also depicting the English countryside, gives readers one of her best stories to date in THE WAY WE WERE. Julia and Tiggy are such fully developed characters that I was extremely sad to bid them farewell. Their story, heartwarming and heart wrenching, begins with Tiggy, alone and pregnant after the accidental death of her boyfriend, coming to Julia for support.

The Way We Were book. Marcia Willett began her career as a novelist when she was fifty years old. Since that first novel Marcia has written twenty more under her own name as well as a number of short stories. She has also written four books under the pseudonym "Willa Marsh", and is published in more than sixteen countries. Marcia Willett's early life was devoted to the ballet, but her dreams of becoming a ballerina Marcia Willett began her career as a novelist when she was fifty years old.

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Praise for The Way We Were. Like Rosamunde Pilcher and Maeve Binchy, Willett creates such fully dimensional characters that readers feel as if they should phone or e-mail them to keep in touch. Rocky Mountain News on A Week in Winter. A must for women fiction readers. Booklist on The Children's Hour. Tender and moving, Willet's tale expertly weaves a family's past and present together to illustrate the strength of familial bonds. A memorable and emotional read to be savored. Romantic Times on The Children's Hour.

GIGANTIC ART FRAUD’ announced the headline, printed in bold type alongside the photograph of an elderly man. Julia glanced at it, turned away and then swivelled back to look at it more closely. remembered that it was Charlie's newspaper, lying just so on the table at breakfast, that had first aroused the uneasiness: but why? She bent forward, both hands resting on the table, reading the newsprint. A medieval bronze bought by an American museum had been discovered to be a fake; further investigation now showed that this was simply one of several frauds.

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Her new novel, A Summer in the Country, introduces an equally beguiling cast of characters whose lives become intricately entwined at Foxhole, a charming and cozy country house on the wild edges of the Devon moors. Brigid Foster has inherited Foxhole from her father, and has created two guest cottages, which she rents during the holidays to tourists.

Marcia Willett captured the hearts of Rosamunde Pilcher and Maeve Binchy fans across the nation with her previous heartwarming stories of family devotion and abiding compassion. Now, in her newest novel, The Way We Were, Willett introduces a deeply moving and utterly real tale that is sure to win over a whole new set of readers.

Tiggy arrives at the remote house on Bodmin Moor in the middle of a snowstorm. All alone, having lost

her partner in a tragic accident, Tiggy is welcomed into her best friend Julia’s warm and chaotic family. With the Tiggy begins to live again as she eagerly awaits the birth of her son. But nearly thirty years later, when her son is about to become a father himself, the next generation discovers that there are some secrets from the past that still live on…