Silence Under A Stone

Norma MacMaster. Silence Under a Stone Norma MacMaster For Gwyneth, with love To the memory of Vernon Grattan.

Silence Under A Stone

Author: Norma MacMaster

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1473544823

Page: 304

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Sitting alone in her Dublin nursing home, Harriet Campbell reflects on a life that has become tainted by bitterness and regret. From a strictly Presbyterian community along the Irish border, at sixteen young Harriet is married off to Thomas, a respected church Elder but a cold, sober man twice her age. The birth of her son James, a bright boy destined for great things, brings joy and light to her life. But when he falls in love with a beautiful girl from the wrong faith, their relationship is torn apart. Written in startlingly beautiful prose, Norma MacMaster’s Silence Under a Stone is an intimate, deeply moving story of love, faith and the pain of an irreconcilable heart.

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