Perdita

Perdita

Hilary Scharper


"Stunning... richly advanced and unpredictable." -Historical Novel Review

Marged Brice is 134 years old.
She'd manage to cross, if it wasn't for Perdita . . .

The Georgian Bay lighthouse's unmarried eye retains watch over typhoon and calm, and Marged grew up in its shadow, studying the language of the wind and the timber. there is blustery good looks there, the place sea and sky incite one another to mischief... or worse...

Garth Hellyer of the sturdiness venture does not think Marged used to be a woman coming of age within the Eighteen Nineties, yet examining her diaries within the similar wild and unpredictable place the place she wrote them will be adequate to forged doubt on his universal sense.

Everyone is aware approximately death.
it truly is lifestyles that is even more mysterious...

"Hilary Scharper deftly mines the sweetness and sweetness of either the human center and nature during this haunting story of tolerating love." -Cathy Marie Buchanan, bestselling writer of The Painted Girls

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