Thanks for another fascinating book review and recommendation, January.😃
Recently-widowed Amelia Grace seizes the opportunity to escape her stifling middle-class suburban life by becoming the new occupant of Thatchers Cottage, with Ponsonby the cat her only company.
Intent on embarking on a new chapter of life completely free of the pain and grief that caring for others seems to have given her over the years, she chooses the sweet alternative of a carefully-cultivated and self-imposed isolation, where nobody can get too close for comfort.
A yearning for peace and tranquillity that has so far eluded her draws her towards the small stretch of woodland at the edge of her land.
A place of calm and natural beauty, she passes many an hour there each day, drinking in the life-giving spirit of the clearing near the curious rocky mound.
But is a tranquil woodland atmosphere all there is to it?
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