Friday, 7 March 2008

Isla Dewar: Dancing in a Distant Place

Got this book as a present, but it looked so serious that I couldn't get myself to read it at first. Once I read it, it was fabulous! Rather funny actually...

When Iris Chisholm arrives in the tiny Scottish Highland community of Green Cairns, she's still in a state of shock--not so much from her husband's untimely death as from the discovery that he'd gambled away all their money and even their home. In addressing the problems of the children at the school where she works, Iris finds distractions from worries. Further distractions come in the shape of a honey-tongued lawyer and a gentle handyman.

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