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ISBN: 0751505714
Author: Rosamunde Pilcher
Language: English
Publisher: Time Warner Books Uk; Reprint edition (April 1992)
Pages: 214
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 683
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Also by Rosamunde Pilcher. An Outpouring of Praise for the Fiction That Has Touched The World. Laura should have stopped to telephone. She tried to imagine what Phyllis could be doing on a fine summer afternoon, but it wasn’t difficult because the possibilities were endless.

Also by Rosamunde Pilcher. Shopping for clothes or antiques; prowling around her favourite art galleries; sitting on a committee dedicated to bringing music to the masses; or raising money to preserve some crumbling Hampstead mansion.

I don’t know where Rosamunde Pilcher has been all my life-but now that I’ve found her, I’m not going to let her go. -The New York Times. Intriguing character. ovely setting. omantic fiction with substanc. ilcher displays a perfect touch! -Booklist. For information address St. Martin’s Press, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010.

Rosamunde Pilcher's "Voices in Summer" is a truly beautiful book to behold and read. I loved every word on every page. I loved every word on every page

Voices In Summer Mass Market Paperback – September 15, 1990. Rosamunde Pilcher takes us once again to Cornwall, her idyllic kingdom where the people chase away problems with cups of teas and work out frustrations by deadheading their roses.

Voices In Summer Mass Market Paperback – September 15, 1990. by. Rosamunde Pilcher (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. It's a friendly, compassionate world where family is the most important commodity. Laura Haverstock, a thirty-something newlywed in London, has to have surgery at the same time she and her new husband are planning a trip to Scotland with his oldest and dearest friends.

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In Voices in Summer, New York Times bestselling author Rosamunde Pilcher invites readers into long summer days on the coast of Cornwall-and into the stormy heart of a newlywed

In Voices in Summer, New York Times bestselling author Rosamunde Pilcher invites readers into long summer days on the coast of Cornwall-and into the stormy heart of a newlywed. about herself, her family, and the source of true love within her. Connect with the author. MACMILLAN NEWSLETTER.

When you read a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher you enter a special world where emotions sing from the heart.

Save bookmarks and read as many as you like. When you read a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher you enter a special world where emotions sing from the heart. A world that lovingly captures the ties that bind us to one another-the joys and sorrows, heartbreaks and misunderstandings, and glad, perfect moments when we are in true harmony After years in the United States, Jane returns to the tranquil Scottish estate, Elvie, where she spent a magical childhood.

Beyond the open door, scrubbed steps led down into Harley Street, sliced by the houses opposite into bright sunlight and dark shadow.

Beyond the open door, scrubbed steps led down into Harley Street, sliced by the houses opposite into bright sunlight and dark shadow t was; the end of July now, and fine and bright. She wore a crisp skirt and blouse and nylon tights on her well-rounded legs, and businesslike black court shoes, but Laura wore a cotton dress and her legs were bare.

by. Pilcher, Rosamunde. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Voices in Summer speaks gently to the heart, in a voice that is Rosamunde Pilcher at her storytelling best. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on July 20, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Comments:

wanderpool
I have loved Rosamund Pilcher's books for decades. Voices in Summer is another excellent read by the author. She poignantly explores how it might feel for the second wife to walk in the shadows of the first wife's life...same home, ready made friends, annual trips, you name it. I enjoyed the colorful cast of characters; their stories were told in such a way that I grew to care about each of them. This would be a perfect book to take to the beach!
Agagamand
This is the fourth of Rosamunde Pilcher's books that I've read over a number of years. I felt that "September" was one of the best books ever and I was disappointed that this fell so short of that book. It lacks the compelling reason to keep reading late into the night. There's nothing wrong with the book but there's also nothing special either. If you're sitting on the beach this summer and need to keep an eye on your kids while reading, this book is one that lets you multitask without losing the plot.
Mojind
Rosamunde Pilcher takes us once again to Cornwall, her idyllic kingdom where the people chase away problems with cups of teas and work out frustrations by deadheading their roses. It's a friendly, compassionate world where family is the most important commodity. Laura Haverstock, a thirty-something newlywed in London, has to have surgery at the same time she and her new husband are planning a trip to Scotland with his oldest and dearest friends. Laura has never fit in with the group, in part because they were close friends with husband Alec's first wife. Not wanting to keep him from making the annual trip, she agrees to recuperate in the tranquil home of his Uncle Gerald, a retired Admiral living in Cornwall.

Gerald's new wife, Eve, is never one to turn away a stray, so also living on the grounds are her dashingly handsome son Ivan, a free spirted flute player and her infant son, and Eve's former nanny who is growing more senile by the day. In addition to these characters, there is a lonely neighbor nearby and a long-lost daughter who arrives from America via the Caribbean.

It isn't long before poison pen letters start arriving and the accusations in them are damning. Could a neighbor be a promiscuous trollop? Could Laura be having an affair with Eve's stepson? Where is all this leading and who is sending the letters? With a touch of Agatha Christie like deftness, Pilcher leads the reader down a garden path and unveils the villain.

As in all Pilcher novels, the reader is left uplifted at the end as relationships are strengthened and we can assume that everyone lives happily ever after.
Modimeena
I am a Rosamunde Pilcher fan so I adore all her books. Once you have her collection, you will read and re-read them all. She is a typical British author and very descriptive in her writings. You will feel like you are in Cornwall, walking on the Moors, feeling the spray of the ocean mist on your face as you walk with her characters and visit quaint places.
Runehammer
I loved it thirty years ago. I still love it. Nobody brings back memories of a more gentle and polite time like Rosamunde Pilcher.
spark
I find Rosamunde Pilcher to be a fascinating story-teller. Yes, these are romance stories, and that is usually not my favorite type of story, as I am a mystery buff.
Laura Haverstock is recovering from an illness in a beautiful environment with total strangers, relatives of her husband's, and is wrapped in loving friendship and comfort. She is also longing to bond with her husband Alec's daughter, Gabriel, who has lived in the United States most of her life. All things come together, as Gabriel arrives in Scotland, on the coast of Cornwall, and her life is mended again.

I have read many, many books by Mrs Pilcher. My favorite of all is The Shell Seekers, but I would recommend everyone of her books to someone who is looking for a "feel-good" book to read, nothing complicated and requiring deep concentration; just a story to read, looking forward to a mostly happy ending, and getting intertwined in the lives of those in the plot. Great reading!
Rocky Basilisk
I Sam never disappointed with Rosamundes story..
Her descriptions of the area are so vivid.
Great people, mostly
. I will read her again.
Bunny
This book is classic Rosamunde Pilcher--great settings, nice writing. But I am disappointed to say that it was overly predictable and formulaic. It had none of the heart the her books usually do. If you want to read an awesome Pilcher novel, read Winter Solstice and you will see what I mean.

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