- Author:Sally Beauman
- Publisher:Thorndike Pr (April 12, 2006)
- Pages:701 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
- FB2 format1999 kb
- ePUB format1844 kb
- DJVU format1597 kb
- Formats:mbr mobi lit mbr
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The Sisters Mortland book. I always enjoy Sally Beauman's books. Her characters are all so wonderfully flawed, and there is always some sort of scandal underlying everything
The Sisters Mortland book. If I didn't spy, I'd be in the dark eternally . Her characters are all so wonderfully flawed, and there is always some sort of scandal underlying everything. This book begins by following 13 year old, autistic Maisie, having her portrait painted at her family home in Suffolk. Maisie gives us some insight into her family history, including a glimpse into the lives of her mother, her two sisters and the boys they get involved with, and the ghostly nuns that only she can see. The book skips sudden I always enjoy Sally Beauman's books.
Sally Vanessa Beauman (née Kinsey-Miles, 25 July 1944 – 7 July 2016) was an English journalist and writer, author of eight widely translated and best-selling novels. Beauman was born in Totnes, Devon, England. She was educated at Redland High School and Girton College, Cambridge.
Despite searing grief and longing burned into every sentence, Sally Beauman's The Sisters Mortland will beguile readers from the first page and haunt them long, long after the last. Guardian - Lisa Allardice. Beauman is a captivating and artful storyteller, capable of making us believe the unbelievable.
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Winter 1991: As the now-famous portrait of the Mortland sisters is being featured in a huge exhibition, Daniel seeks to free himself of his obsession with these women by unraveling the secrets of that fateful summer. Readers will be transported, fascinated, and have their hearts broken by this page-turning novel of a most extraordinary family. A powerful and haunting story of three sisters and the tragedy at the center of their lives from the acclaimed New York Times bestselling author of Destiny and Rebecca's Tale. Hollywood-and the tangled passions of men and women-takes center stage in this unconventional thriller, the final book of Sally Beauman's seductive and irresistible trilogy of weaving a cast of compelling characters with a moody, multilayered plot, Sally Beauman once again shows why she's the reigning mistress of drama and suspense.
The Sisters Mortland - Sally Beauman.
During the rainless summer of 1967, in a tumble-down English abbey, three sisters have their portrait painted by an artist friend. There is young Maisie, strangely observant, who sees ghosts; Julia, arrogant and beautiful; and Finn, wild and bookish. Maisie, in turn, embarks on a portrait of her own, chronicling a cataclysmic summer and events that will have repercussions two decades later. The Sisters Mortland - Sally Beauman.
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