Nat is a self-made millionaire farmer - a plain, dour man, now forced to watch his laid-back son Jake take the reins of power. His village of Childencombe is cosily ordinary until a corn circle appears - the harbinger of change. Kuan-Yin, the "dragon-lady", appears and Nat's life changes.
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Betty Burton is the author of ‘Jude’, ‘Jaen’, ‘Hard Loves, Easy Riches’, ‘The Consequences of War’, ‘Goodbye Piccadilly’, ‘Long, Hot Summer’, ‘Falling in Love’ and ‘‘The Girl Now Leaving’, as well as a collection of short stories, ‘Women Are Bloody Marvellous!’. She has written for both television and radio, and won the Chichester Festival Theatre Award. Born in Romsey, Hampshire, she now lives in Southsea with her husband, Russ.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000173578