Titania Hardie House of the Wind

ISBN 13: 9780755346271

House of the Wind

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9780755346271: House of the Wind

A legendary ruin. An ancient mystery. Will unveiling the past transform the future? San Francisco, 2007. Madeline Moretti is grieving for her fiance. Nothing brings her joy any more, and Maddie's grandmother, a fiery Italian, sends her to Tuscany to heal. Here, Maddie is immersed in the mystery of a ruined villa. Destroyed centuries ago in a legendary storm on the Eve of St Agnes, it has been known ever since as the Casa al Vento - the House of the Wind. Tuscany, 1347. Mia hasn't spoken since her mother's death, and lives in silence with her beloved aunt. One dark night, a couple seek refuge in their villa. Used to welcoming passing pilgrims, Mia is entranced by the young bride's radiance and compassion, but mystified by her reluctance to reveal even her name. Where has she come from, and why must her presence be a secret? Centuries apart, each searching for a way to step into her future, both Mia and Maddie will be haunted by the myth of the young woman who walked unscathed from the ruins of the House of the Wind.

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Born and educated in Sydney, Australia, Titania Hardie is the highly successful author of a range of distinctive non-fiction books. She has first class honours degrees in psychology and English, and was awarded the Chatterton bursary for post-graduate study at Bristol University, where she is completing her MA on the Romantic Poets. Titania lives in Somerset with her husband and two daughters.

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'Entrancing' -- Library Journal 'Richly woven' -- Publishers Weekly

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ISBN 10: 0755346270 ISBN 13: 9780755346271
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