The Sister's Tale: A Novel

May 25, 2021|
The Sister's Tale: A Novel by Beth Powning
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A novel of orphans and widows, terror and hope, and the relationships that hold us together when things fall apart.

With murder dominating the news, the respected wife of a New Brunswick sea captain is drawn into the case of a British home child whose bad luck has turned worse. Mortified that she must purchase the girl in a pauper auction to save her from the lechery of wealthy townsmen, Josephine Galloway finds herself suddenly the proprietor of a boarding house kept afloat by the sweat and tears of a curious and not completely compatible collection of women, including this English teenager, Flora Salford. Flora''s place in her new "family" cannot be complete until she rescues the missing person in her life, the only one who understands the trials she has come through and fresh horrors met since they were separated years before.

Reconnecting with characters of Beth Powning''s beloved The Sea Captain''s Wife, The Sister''sTale is a story of women finding their way, together, through terrible circumstances they could neither predict nor avoid, but will stop at nothing to overcome.
BETH POWNING''s previous books include the bestselling novels The Hatbox Letters, The Sea Captain''s Wife, and most recently A Measure of Light, a Globe and Mail Best Book and winner of the inaugural New Brunswick Book Award for Fiction. Her works of memoir include Seeds of Another Summer: Finding the Spirit of Home in Nature, Shadow C...
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Title:The Sister's Tale: A Novel
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:328 pages, 8.97 X 6 X 0.84 in
Shipping dimensions:328 pages, 8.97 X 6 X 0.84 in
Published:May 25, 2021
Publisher:Knopf Canada
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780735280021
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