Letters To My Mother - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction/ Romance / Author: Rebecca Heath / Kindle Edition / ISBN: 1463676301
Newest Review: ... each time I came to a letter as they didn't add anything from a dramatic point of view. They just interrupted the flow of the ... more
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by - written on 29/11/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
What is it about? At the start of the book Kate has inherited her mother's house and is sorting it out ready for sale when she discovers a box of old letters. She realises that her mother has kept every letter that she ever received, going back more than 60 years, including those from Kate. As she reads some of the letters, Kate casts her mind back to her youth and particularly to her student days at the University of Washington in Seattle in the late 1950s, where she met Dr David Rosenau, a handsome and brilliant professor of biochemistry. Kate narrates the story, recounting the clandestine relationship that developed between the two of them. David was almost ... Read the complete review
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