“I normally do not read male authors but someone recommended [Barclay] and all I can say to her is thank you.”
With his powerfully emotional debut, If Wishes Were Horses, author Robert Barclay immediately joined the ranks of Nicholas Sparks, Richard Paul Evans, and Robert James Waller. His second novel of love and hope, More Than Words Can Say, only confirms his place among them. A profoundly moving multi-generational family story centered around a woman’s return to her late grandmother’s lake cottage and the long-buried secrets she uncovers there, More Than Words Can Say will linger long in the heart and memory.
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Chelsea Enright is saddened by the loss of her grandmother, with whom she had a strong relationship-she is surprised to learn, however, that she has inherited her lake cabin in the Adirondacks (a place she has never even set foot).Jan 20 2012 | Read Full Review of More Than Words Can Say: A Novel
“Mr. Barclay depicts a wistful world fixed in some idyllic mid-20th century past, a world where the men are strong and do what is right, where even the drunks—once a little sense is knocked into them—straighten up and ask for forgiveness.Dec 20 2011 | Read Full Review of More Than Words Can Say: A Novel
Chelsea Enright inherits a lakeside cottage from her beloved Gram, which puzzles her since her grandmother never talked much about it.Jan 26 2012 | Read Full Review of More Than Words Can Say: A Novel
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