by Rosie Thomas
Category: Fiction / General
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 21 July 2011
Number of pages: 400
Spanning decades and moving from the stark beauty of the Welsh landscape to the Himalayas and Kashmir, this is a story of bravery, courage and love.
What the papers say:
Acclaim for The Kashmir Shawl: 'Beautifully written, honest and compassionate, her books are a delight from start to finish' Daily Express 'A complicated entanglement of family secrets, love during wartime and dangerous liaisons. For fans of Maggie O'Farrell' Red -- Best Summer Beach Reads 2011 'The story unravels bewitchingly ... A charmingly written book. Thomas's observations of the complexities of relationships, time and experience are presented with warmth and clarity.' Herald Sun Acclaim for Rosie Thomas: 'Novelist Rosie Thomas is one of the best storytellers around' Express 'Rosie Thomas writes with beautiful, effortless prose, and shows a rare compassion and a real understanding of the nature of love.' The Times 'A master storyteller.' Cosmopolitan 'Thomas's novels are beautifully written. This one is a treat.' Marie Claire 'Honest and absorbing, Rosie Thomas mixes the bitter and the hopeful with the knowledge that the human heart is far more complicated than any rule suggests.' Mail on Sunday
Rosie Thomas is the author of a number of celebrated novels, including the bestsellers Iris and Ruby, Constance and Lovers and Newcomers. A keen traveller, she has climbed in the Alps and the Himalayas, competed in the Peking to Paris car rally and travelled the Silk Road through Asia. More recently, she has spent time in Kashmir and Ladakh, researching this novel. She lives in London.
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