Sister Sebastian's library / Phil Whitaker.

Author
Whitaker, Phil [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cromer, Norfolk : Salt Publishing, 2016.
Description
274 pages ; 20 cm

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"All is not what it seems in this gripping novel about two sisters' lives: one who leaves her secular Catholic life to become a nun in deepest Africa, and her sister who goes to search for her when she goes missing. Elodie O'Shea abandons her children to her estranged husband to go on the search for her sister, Bridie. What she uncovers reveals as much about herself, her marriage and her family than her missing sibling. Sister Sebastian's Library is a deeply moving exploration of relationships, loyalty and trust."--Publisher description.
ISBN
  • 1784630780 (paperback)
  • 9781784630782 (paperback)
OCLC
931801922
RCP
H - S
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