Bolinda Home Page

Login

Basket totals

Items:
0
Total:
AUD$ 0.00
(inc GST)

Search Results

You searched for '13 January 2016-13 January 2019'. 4191 results were found.
To add items to your order, enter quantity and click 'add selected products to order'
Title:
The Stone House (MP3)
Written by:
Marita Conlon-McKenna 
Read by:
Caroline Lennon 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
9 hours 35 minutes 
MP3 size:
397 MB 
Published:
December 28 2018 
Available Date:
December 28 2018 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781489479877 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary; Contemporary Fiction; Romance; Sagas 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
Qty
Format
Price
Bolinda price
AUD$ 39.95
AUD$ 39.95
 

A compelling story of love, loss and the power of sisterhood and family relationships to survive the deepest hurts and secrets.

Everything changes for Kate, Moya and Romy when they receive word that Maeve Dillon, their mother, is critically ill. It is time to return from Dublin, London and New York to Rossmore and the old stone house overlooking the Irish Sea where they grew up. But ancient jealousies surface as each sister confronts the past and the decisions they have made. For work-driven Kate it is time to take stock of her role as a high-flying ambitious lawyer and single parent; life is a battle between work and looking after Molly with little time for a proper relationship. Even Patrick, the man she once fell for, has ended up marrying her sister. Beautiful and intense Moya must take a hard look at her marriage to the charming but unfaithful Patrick and consider her own worth. For wild child Romy who has travelled the world and hasn't put a foot on Irish soil for years, it is time to finally stop running and find the courage to confront her family. A good and caring mother, Maeve Dillon has somehow over the years labelled each of her three daughters: Moya the beautiful, Kate the brains, and Romy, the bold and wild one. Now it is finally time for all three to break out of the box.

'Wonderfully engaging ... a great read.'
The Irish Times