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The children's hour / Marcia Willett.

By: Willett, Marcia.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Bantam, 2003Description: 367 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 059305119X; 0593052064 (pbk.).Subject(s): Sisters -- Fiction | Secrecy -- Fiction | General fiction | Children -- Fiction | Devon (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction.DDC classification: 823.914 Subject: Five small children lived in big old house overlooking the sea. Now, many years later, Nest and Mina still live at Ottercombe, their beautiful childhood home. But when their sister Georgie comes to stay at Ottercombe, memories of their past start to revisit them.
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Nest and Mina still live at Ottercombe, their beautiful old rambling childhood home in the depths of Devon. They came to the house before the war, when as small children they played with their sisters and brothers in the gardens and the woods and the nearby beach while their mother read them stories and their father visited at weekends. It was, in retrospect, an idyllic time, when tragedy seemed far distant. Now they welcome their children and grandchildren , and especially young Lyddie, their niece, who lives in Cornwall with her handsome husband Liam.

But when their sister Georgie, now somewhat frail and forgetful, comes to stay with them, aspects of their past start to revisit them. For Georgie knows all their secrets, secrets which she wants to share...

Five small children lived in big old house overlooking the sea. Now, many years later, Nest and Mina still live at Ottercombe, their beautiful childhood home. But when their sister Georgie comes to stay at Ottercombe, memories of their past start to revisit them.

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