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A Dish of Stones
Title : A Dish of Stones
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ISBN : null
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 280

It’s Christmas 1975. Sixteen-year-old, Kate McGuire peers out of the window to a snow covered Sunningdale Terrace wondering if this is the year her father will return. Left alone to care for her vengeful mother and wayward younger sister, Kate decides these are burdens she cannot share with anyone else and vows to keep them within what remains of her family. When Jack DalyIt’s Christmas 1975. Sixteen-year-old, Kate McGuire peers out of the window to a snow covered Sunningdale Terrace wondering if this is the year her father will return. Left alone to care for her vengeful mother and wayward younger sister, Kate decides these are burdens she cannot share with anyone else and vows to keep them within what remains of her family. When Jack Daly returns home from the army he takes Kate under his wing and introduces her to a family life of warmth, laughter and unconditional love. Will a devastating secret finally destroy the family Kate endeavours to save? A Dish of Stones is an enthrall


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A Dish of Stones Reviews

  • Sophie Grant

    I'm already a fan of her fantasy series, so I wasn't sure what to expect from Ms Hepburn's family saga/romance, Meadows End Family Saga, one of my favourite genres. I like the premise of a story taking place in the 70s as I believe it was an unusual decade in terms of fashion and music, so it attracted me. The story of Kate McGuire sits within this setting without it encroaching on her dilemma. She is left as head of her family when her father disappears. Her mother is cruel and hateful, and her [...]

  • Martin Willoughby

    Not my usual genre, but a compelling book that keeps you turning the pages from start to finish. No wasted words, no useless exposition just a heartrending story from start to glorious finish.

  • Elle

    **Received through Giveaways**I really wanted to like this book. The idea behind it seemed interesting, and I loved the fact that it was set in the seventies. I was eager to read about Katie and the hardships she was going through and how she dealt with them. However, I struggled. I'm not one to usually struggle through books but A Dish of Stones was pretty difficult to actually get into. The POVs jump all over the place, right in the middle of scenes, making it hard to grasp what different cha [...]

  • Valentina Hepburn