Author: Gøhril Gabrielsen
Far out on the plains of northern Norway stands a house. It belongs to two middle-aged sisters. They seldom venture out and nobody visits. The younger needs nursing and the older never dared to leave. Until one day a man arrives. The women realise quickly that only one can stay. ‘On the surface this book presents the gripping drama of the conflict between two sisters. Howe….Read More
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