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by Gloria Cook

eBook Listening to the Quiet download ISBN: 0727857932
Author: Gloria Cook
Publisher: Severn House Publishers (February 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 352
ePub: 1698 kb
Fb2: 1472 kb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: docx lit doc rtf
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

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Jo Venner returns to the small tin-mining village of Parmarth in Cornwall, to take up the post of schoolmistress. As a child she had spent happy days there playing with the local children, and enjoying the affection shown her by Celia Sayce, owner of the 'big house'. Rejected by her own mother, Jo had found in Celia the encouragement and love she craved. But now Celia is dead, and Parmarth has changed

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This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher’s prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition, including this condition, being imposed on the subsequent purchaser. I knew a man who had suddenly and inexplicably lost his cook-he had traced him to the Vietnamese Sureté, but the officers there assured him that he had been released after questioning. His family never saw him again.

When (does your brother usually get) home in the evening? Jane always (brings) us a nice present. What (are those people doing) in the middle of the road? (Have you read) this book? While Fred (was sleeping), Judy (was watching) TV. When I (was) young, I (thought) Mary (was) nice - but now I (think) she’s fantastic.

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Jo Venner returns to the small tin-mining village of Parmarth in Cornwall, to take up the post of schoolmistress. As a child she had spent happy days there playing with the local children, and enjoying the affection shown her by Celia Sayce, owner of the 'big house'. Rejected by her own mother, Jo had found in Celia the encouragement and love she craved. But now Celia is dead, and Parmarth has changed.

Jo falls swiftly in love with Luke Vigus, an itinerant, half-gypsy dealer who stirs Jo to depths of passion she has never known before. But Luke is burdened with the responsibility of an alcoholic mother, and his three young half-siblings - and their relationship can never be accepted by the villagers. Marcus Lidgey, the schoolmaster, is drawn to Jo, and offers her the support she needs in her demanding role. Yet he too harbours dark secrets from his past, and is gradually, dreadfully, losing his mind...