The Flight of the Maidens - Jane Gardam Reviews
Description:ISBN 0349114242 / Paperback: 288 pages / Publisher: Abacus / New Edition: 4 Oct 2001
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The Flight of the Maidens
A delightful and touching novel set in post - war summer of 1946 ...
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The Flight of the Maidens - Jane Gardam ISBN-13: 978-0349114248 This is another of my Bookcrossing finds and once again the cover attracted me. It shows three young ladies lying on a beach in a fifties sort of style. They look happy and the appeal to me was the nostalgic and rather romantic vision created by this image. ABOUT THE AUTHOR I admit that prior to reading this novel I had never heard of this author but I have since discovered that she has been awarded the Heywood Hill Literary Prize for a lifetime's contribution to the enjoyment of literature. She has also won a Whitbread Award twice and has been shortlisted for the Booker ... Read the complete review
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