In this fourth novel about the Mackintosh sisters, Anna Laidlaw, finally feels she can relax now her children are set for happy and independent lives. Meanwhile her twin sister Jean is going through the complete opposite as comfort is destroyed by the reawakening of long-dormant passions.
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THE STRENGTH OF SISTERS
Anna Laidlaw, nee Mackintosh, artist and survivor of family storms and emotional upheaval, feels she can relax at last. Her two children finally seem to be happy and set on course for independent lives. And she hopes that in their chosen partners they will relive the joyful fulfilment of her own marriage.
But for her twin sister, Jean, it’s the very opposite. The foundations of her comfortable existence are destroyed by the reawakening of long dormant passions, as powerful now as those that contributed to great tragedy when she was a young girl.
The fourth novel of the Mackintosh sisters brings the story recounted in 'The Glasgow Girls, The Painted Ladies, 'and' The Butterfly Girl' to a triumphant and tremendously moving conclusion.
“Frances Paige writes with an exciting style, imaginatively bringing to life the traumas of everyday life”
“Her characters struck chords deep in my own heart”
CHRISTINE MARION FRASER
Born in Scotland, Frances Paige has lived in the North of England for many years. She paints and writes, and has completed over thirty novels. She is also known under the pseudonyms Jay Allerton and Jay Wallace.
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Book Description Fount, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 6278191