a-season-of-lamplight

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A SEASON OF LAMPLIGHT


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Author: TREFOR VAUGHAN

Product Description

In this novel set in rural Northern Ireland during the 1940s tension builds, as young Arthur’s innocence and incomprehension of adult behaviour lead inexorably to the climax.

`Take the pleasure and forget the pain’, Mary tells Arthur, who has been left at his cousins’ farm in Co. Down in 1939. It is a philosophy that plunges her into dire consequences, while the boy, turning to her for comfort in his homesickness, becomes caught up in a conflict of love.

The sunken causeway to an island, a man in hiding, a haunted, ruined house, & a cast of characters sensitively drawn are elements that add to the potent atmosphere of this exciting story.

`Reminscent of The Go-between - drawn with a sensitive hand.` Publishers Weekly.

`It would make a marvellous play or TV drama. An excellent read.` BBC Radio Ulster.

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Binding

Hardback

Published-date

1991

Product-dimensions

W: 145 mm, H: 220 mm

No-of-pages

220

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