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Product NameWhen The Clouds Go Rolling By
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHardcover
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Long DescriptionWhen Clara O'Toole and her grandmother, Bernie, attend a meeting held by a medium, they hope to be able to get in touch with Clara's father, who was killed at the Front. Whilst they remain doubtful about the existence of a spirit world, the experience does inspire Bernie to trace her one surviving child - Gertie. Clara's search for her missing aunt brings her into contact with a whole new extended family. She is over the moon to find she has a cousin, but is she ready to be drawn into the tragedies and secrets of family's past?
Created11-14-2012 8:20:34am
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