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Snow in Winter [Reading] ➸ Snow in Winter Author Margaret Bacon – Thomashillier.co.uk Her childhood in England's Yorkshire Dales waiting for the father who never came has taught Nell Thorpe the dangers of relying upon a man for her emotional or physical livelihood Unlike Chrissie the u Her childhood in England's Yorkshire Dales waiting for the father who never came has taught Nell Thorpe the dangers of relying upon a man for her emotional or physical livelihood Unlike Chrissie the uiet home loving cousin she was raised with Nell is a career woman an academic with no intention of ever marrying or raising children But when Nell meets Gregory Nansen on a skiing holiday just as Chrissie contemplates entering the Snow in PDF/EPUB or workplace the cousins discover that life has surprises and satisfactions in store than either has expected.

  • Hardcover
  • Snow in Winter
  • Margaret Bacon
  • English
  • 23 March 2014
  • 9780312144197

About the Author: Margaret Bacon

Margaret Bacon was brought up in the Yorkshire Dales and educated at The Mount School York and at Oxford She taught history before her marriage to a Civil Engineer whose profession entailed much travel and freuent moves of house Her first book 'Journey to Guyana' was an account of two years spent in South America Her subseuent books including one children's novel have all been fiction.



2 thoughts on “Snow in Winter

  1. Susan Susan says:

    Snow in Winter by Margaret Bacon is a marvelous book I found it browsing the library shelves It was written thirty seven years ago and is the story of two cousins who grew up on an English farm during WWII Essentially a tale of contrasts one girl grows up to be a traditional wife and mother and the other a career woman who values her independence It is a commentary on almost all aspects of modern life but is essentially a women's book I can't believe I've never heard of it or Margaret Bacon It is beautifully written a compassionately told story and very important I think for its insightful observations about what we've gained and what we've lost with progress I highly recommend it

  2. Rachel Rachel says:

    Plot driven but reflective rich characters occasionally pleasingly melodramatic overall beautifully observed Reminded me of Nevile Shute I'll definitely seek out of her work

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