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The Wind from the Hills

The Wind from the Hills

Jessica Stirling

St. Martin's Press

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Jessica Stirling continues the epic of love, greed and betrayal that began in The Island Wife in her magnificent novel, The Wind from the Hills.
For Innis and Biddy, daughters of the embittered Vassie Campbell, life has changed greatly from the days when they were poor crofters. Innis, the mother of three young children, has found that marriage to handsome Michael Tarrant is utterly different from the idyll she expected. And Biddy has become only too accustomed to being a wealthy widow who keeps herself aloof from both the life she once knew and her dead husband's family.
But though the sisters' lives seem set, they are destined to change once more. For Innis, a temptation to a better life may have to come too late--and for Biddy, courted by an ardent new suitor, happiness may have come at last.
Set against the background of an island off the coast of Scotland that is being forced half-willingly into a new era, the story of the two very different sisters and their very different longings is one of the most memorable that Jessica Stirling has created.

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Praise for The Wind from the Hills

"Stirling's roundly realized characters are delineated in sharp, affectionate portrayals; even the cattle dogs acquire personalities. The setting--the harsh but beautiful Hebrides and the insular town of Crove--infuses the narrative with richly melancholic yet hearty realism." - Publishers Weekly

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About the author

Jessica Stirling

Jessica Stirling was born is Glasgow and still lives in Scotland. She has enjoyed a highly successful career as a writer, beginning with the bestselling trilogy The Spoiled Earth, The Hiring Fair and The Dark Pasture. Her other novels include The Marrying Kind, The Workhouse Girl, and the first volume in her Mull trilogy, The Island Wife.

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