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A Week in Winter

A Novel

Marica Willett; Read by Joesphine Bailey

Macmillan Audio

From the opening of A Week in Winter, the listeners are enveloped in a warm and welcoming world teeming with unforgettable characters and enchanting places. Moorgate stands on the edge of the moor in beautiful Cornwall. A charming old farmhouse filled with light and memories, Moorgate captures the heart of all who experience it. But when Maudie Todhunter, the 70-year-old owner of the beloved house decides to sell, fate is set in motion, bringing old secrets to light and causing a saga to unfold.

Vivid, vibrant, and entirely mesmerizing, this remarkable novel provides the kind of experience that will have listeners eagerly looking forward to more from this newly discovered and superbly talented author

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Chapter One

Maudie Todhunter poured herself some coffee, sliced the top neatly from her egg, and settled herself to look at her letters. A rather promising selection lay aside her plate this morning: a satisfyingly bulky package from the Scotch House, a blue square envelope beaing her stepgranddaughter's spiky writing, and a more businesslike missive stamped with an estate agent's logo--which she placed at the bottom of the pile. She slit open Posy's card with the butter knife and propped it against the marmalade before plunging her spoon into the rich golden yok of her boiled egg...
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Marica Willett; Read by Joesphine Bailey

  • Marcia Willett was born in a small village in Somersetshire, England. Her early passion was ballet, and she eventually joined a royal ballet school as a ballet mistress. She began writing with the encouragement of her husband. This is her first novel to be published in the U.S.

    Read by Josephine Bailey.
  • Marcia Willett
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A Week in Winter

A Novel

Marica Willett; Read by Joesphine Bailey

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Macmillan Audio

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