Somewhere More Simple


Author: Marion Molteno

Cari returns as a young teacher to the islands that captured her imagination in childhood, the Isles of Scilly. She becomes involved with two people who have their own reasons for returning – Anna, a painter in her fifties who has cut herself off from her mainland past, and Hugh, drawn to the islands by a taste for self-reliance…..Read More

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