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    The Lost Lights of St Kilda

    £8.99
    A gorgeous interwoven tale of a desolate island, and two lovers finding their way back to one another.
    ISBN: 9781786499059
    AuthorElisabeth Gifford
    Pub Date01/09/2020
    BindingPaperback
    Pages288
    Availability: In Stock

    'Desperately romantic, lyrically written and with a fascinating plot' Katie Fforde

    Chrissie Gillies comes from the last ever community to live on the beautiful, isolated Scottish island of St Kilda. Evacuated in 1930, she will never forget her life there, nor the man she loved and lost who visited one fateful summer a few years before.

    Fred Lawson has been captured, beaten and imprisoned in Nazi-controlled France. Making a desperate escape across occupied territory, one thought sustains him: find Chrissie, the woman he should never have left behind on that desolate, glorious isle.

    The Lost Lights of St Kilda is a sweeping love story that crosses oceans and decades, and a testament to the extraordinary power of hope in the darkest of times.

    'A gorgeous, melancholy love story.' The Times

    'An undeniably haunting love story.' Sunday Times

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    'Desperately romantic, lyrically written and with a fascinating plot' Katie Fforde

    Chrissie Gillies comes from the last ever community to live on the beautiful, isolated Scottish island of St Kilda. Evacuated in 1930, she will never forget her life there, nor the man she loved and lost who visited one fateful summer a few years before.

    Fred Lawson has been captured, beaten and imprisoned in Nazi-controlled France. Making a desperate escape across occupied territory, one thought sustains him: find Chrissie, the woman he should never have left behind on that desolate, glorious isle.

    The Lost Lights of St Kilda is a sweeping love story that crosses oceans and decades, and a testament to the extraordinary power of hope in the darkest of times.

    'A gorgeous, melancholy love story.' The Times

    'An undeniably haunting love story.' Sunday Times