The Beekeeper's Daughter
The Beekeeper's Daughter
The Beekeeper's Daughter (Santa Montefiore)
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  • Praise about the Author:

    ‘Santa Montefiore is the new Rosamunde Pilcher’ -Daily Mail

    ‘A superb storyteller of love and death in romantic places in fascinating times’ -Vogue

    ‘A gripping romance . . . it is as believable as the writing is beautiful’ -Daily Telegraph

    ‘Anyone who likes Joanne Harris or Mary Wesley will love Montefiore’ -Mail on Sunday

    ‘One of our personal favourites and bestselling authors, sweeping stories of love and families spanning continents and decades’ (The Times)

    ‘Engaging and charming’ (Penny Vincenzi)

  • Highlights

    Dorset, 1933:Grace Hamblin is growing up on a beautiful rural estate. The only child of the beekeeper, she knows her place and her future - until her father dies unexpectedly and leaves her bereft and alone. Alone, that is, except for the man she loves, whom she knows she can never have.
    Massachusetts, 1973:Grace's beautiful, impetuous daughter Trixie Valentine is in love. Jasper is wild and romantic, a singer in a band on the brink of stardom. Then tragedy strikes and he must return to his home in England, promising to come back to Trixie one day, if only she will wait for him…

  • Key Features of The Beekeeper's Daughter

    Publication Simon & Schuster
    Edition 2015
    Type Paperback
    Number of Pages 408
    Language English
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