- ISBN: 9780007373642
- ISBN: 0007373643
- ISBN: 9781451681413
- ISBN: 1451681410
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, 2013.
|General Note:|| "Originally published in the United Kingdom in 2012 by HarperCollinsPublishers"--Title page verso.
|Summary, etc.:|| #1 international bestselling author Cathy Kelly's writing is "warm, lyrical, and fascinating" (Marian Keyes) and "rich with the emerald allure of the Irish landscape" (Publishers Weekly). In The House on Willow Street, four women discover that home isn't where you come from, but where you are meant to be. ... Every picture-perfect village tells a story. ... The Irish seaside town of Avalon is a tourist's dream of quaint shops and welcoming cafEs. Avalon House, perched at the end of Willow Street, was in Tess Power's family for generations. Now Tess ekes out a living from her antiques shop while the crumbling mansion awaits a new owner. Her marriage and business may be floundering, but her affection for Avalon is undimmed. The same can't be said of her glamorous sister. Suki left without a backward glance and married into an American political dynasty. Only a muckraking biographer could send her slinking back to Ireland to escape a scandal. Postmistress Danae watches from the sidelines, doling out gentle advice while locking away her own secrets. Then her unconventional niece Mara comes to stay and draws her lonely aunt back into the world. As autumn gives way to winter, the four women encounter old loves, embrace new friendships, and begin to look beyond the past to the possibilities just beginning to unfold.
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