Grandmother's Footsteps by Charlotte Moore

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When her husband died, it was clear to Verity that she would have to sell Knighton, the beautiful old house where her daughter, Hester, had grown up and where her mother before her had come as a young bride. But the move proved to be a beginning rather than an ending: it revealed a host of secrets which the three women had been harbouring. Successful, single and independent, Hester was determined to put to rest the legacies that she had inherited.

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Published February 7, 2008 by Viking. 288 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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There is nothing particularly original in this novel, about a very upper middle class family, and about women making decisions at a turning point in their lives, or looking back in very old age at the direction a life has taken, and remembering those long gone, but the story is engagingly told an...

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