The Linden Walk

The Linden Walk The new novel from the author of A SCENT OF LAVENDER and ONE SUMMER AT DEER S LEAP follows the secrets and passions of the Sutton family as Britain tries to find its way following the end of World War

  • Title: The Linden Walk
  • Author: Elizabeth Elgin
  • ISBN: 9780007170845
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • The new novel from the author of A SCENT OF LAVENDER and ONE SUMMER AT DEER S LEAP follows the secrets and passions of the Sutton family as Britain tries to find its way following the end of World War 2.The war is over, but the battle for happiness has just begun After six long years the Second World War is finally over Rationing may remain, but hopes and dreams are inThe new novel from the author of A SCENT OF LAVENDER and ONE SUMMER AT DEER S LEAP follows the secrets and passions of the Sutton family as Britain tries to find its way following the end of World War 2.The war is over, but the battle for happiness has just begun After six long years the Second World War is finally over Rationing may remain, but hopes and dreams are in good supply.At Rowangarth, deep in the Yorkshire countryside, there is good news for the Sutton family and wedding preparations are underway Lyndis Carmichael has finally won the heart of Drew Sutton, the man she has secretly cherished for years Still, Lyndis has doubts Haunted by the memory of Drew s fiancee Kitty killed during the Blitz she wonders if she can ever take her place in Drew s heart, and if she truly belongs in the close knit Sutton clan.And other ghosts still linger Keth Purvis, back from France after a high risk mission, is compelled to return overseas to search for the young girl who saved his life Drew s mother has yet to reveal the shocking truth of his father s identity, and Tatiana wonders if she will ever meet her long lost half sister.With the country struggling to get back

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    1. This novel is actually book 5 and the concluding volume of the "Suttons of Yorkshire."Surprisingly for such a dramatic and sweeping saga that covers 5 volumes you need have no prior knowledge of the preceding books in the series.It obviously helps as some things are referenced back to earlier events but nothing at all dire and detrimental to this story which is written in such a way that it is a complete novel and full story by itself. Its set just after the war and the "clan" as it is called (a [...]

    2. I have read all of Elizabeth Elgin's WW2 novels and have been saving this one. It takes place after WW2 and completes the Sutton of Yorkshire series. I loved visiting the characters again but there is very little drama. Basically people get married, have babies and spend a whole lot of time talking about how lucky they are. It gets tiresome over 500 pages. The WW1 and WW2 books have enough background drama to carry a story but this one does not have that benefit. Ultimately I was glad to have on [...]

    3. The last of a five book series about the Suttons through both world wars & beyond. This book picks up at the end of WW2 - it took me a long time to get into it as the first quarter or so was just the characters reminiscing about the past - which I'd already read in books 1-4. Once the story picked up, it was a good read but not enough actual events to warrant a whole book.

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