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A captivating novel that evokes the author’s New York Times bestseller The House at Tyneford
Natasha Solomons’s breathtaking new novel has it all: a love triangle, family obligations, and rediscovering joy in the face of grief, all set against the alluring backdrop of an English country estate.
When the men of the Fox-Talbot family return from World War II, Hartgrove Hall is in near ruins. The three brothers are determined to save their beloved home, and eighteen-year-old Harry hopes to save its spirit by collecting the long-forgotten songs of their land. But the arrival of Jack’s beautiful fiancé, wartime singer Edie Rose, tangles the threads of brotherly love when Harry falls for her. Five decades later Harry forms a bond with his impetuous four-year-old grandson and embarks on a journey back from grief after losing his wife. Interweaving past and present, here is a moving novel about a man deeply connected through music to the woman he adores. Fans of Downton Abbey will be riveted from page one.
A screenwriter and novelist, Natasha Solomons lives in Dorset, England, with her husband and young son. She is the New York Times bestselling author of The House at Tyneford, The Gallery of Vanished Husbands, and The Song of Hartgrove Hall.