A Bookstore For You
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Book Title Information
. .

.

Stocking Information Unavailable - Call For Details
Price: Call for Price  

Author:
ISBN:
Binding:
Publisher:

.



Set in England in 1830, The Colour of Milk by Nell Leyshon is an emotionally haunting work of historical fiction -- hailed as "charming, Brontė-esque...and hard to forget" (Marian Keyes) -- about an illiterate farm girl's emotional and intellectual awakening and its devastating consequences.

Mary, the spirited youngest daughter of an angry, violent man, is sent to work for the local vicar and his invalid wife. Her strange new surroundings offer unsettling challenges, including the vicar's lecherous son and a manipulative fellow servant. But life in the vicarage also offers unexpected joys, as the curious young girl learns to read and write -- knowledge that will come at a tragic price.


line
   Return to Book Search  |   View Book Cart  |   Exit  
line
Note: FREE BOOK SHIPPING on orders over $20. (Free shipping is available for book-only orders. Orders containing non-book items will be upgraded to Priority Mail at the customer's expense.)
Privacy & Security   |   Contact Us   |   1-800-335-7323   |   4326 University Way N.E. - Seattle, Washington 98105   |   Satisfaction Guarantee