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Moon Hall By Gabriele Wills,

  • Title: Moon Hall
  • Author: Gabriele Wills
  • ISBN: 9780973278019
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two women who live a century apart Two stories that interweave to form a rich tapestry of intriguing characters, evocative places, and compelling events Escaping from a disintegrating relationship in the city, writer Kit Spencer stumbles upon the quintessential Norman Rockwell village in the Ottawa Valley, where she buys an old stone mansion, Moon Hall But her illusionsTwo women who live a century apart Two stories that interweave to form a rich tapestry of intriguing characters, evocative places, and compelling events Escaping from a disintegrating relationship in the city, writer Kit Spencer stumbles upon the quintessential Norman Rockwell village in the Ottawa Valley, where she buys an old stone mansion, Moon Hall But her illusions about idyllic country life are soon challenged by reality Beneath the seemingly calm backwater run powerful currents, dramas already close to breaking the surface In her rural community of farmers, hippies, and yuppies, Kit unwittingly precipitates events that will change them all forever Violet McAllister, the ghost that reputedly haunts Moon Hall, comes vividly to life through her long forgotten diary From the gritty shantytown of the newly minted capital of Canada to the extravagant balls given by the popular and flamboyant Governor General and his wife, Violet s tragic tale unfolds Kit feels a bond with this strong and passionate woman, and realizes she must grasp her own happiness while she can Moon Hall is a haunting tale of relationships in crisis, and touches on the full spectrum of human emotions from raw violence and dark passions to compassion and love.Read an excerpt from the novel online at mindshadows Signed books are also available from that website.
    Moon Hall Two women who live a century apart Two stories that interweave to form a rich tapestry of intriguing characters evocative places and compelling events Escaping from a disintegrating relationship in

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    1. Not being a big fan of historical fiction, I started Moon Hall with some apprehension but I was pleasantly surprised The book, which by the way, is written by Gabriele Wills, who is a author, deals with two women whose lives are lived one century apart The chapters go back and forth to the life of each of these women We are able to see the parallels as well as the differences of lives lived in different centuries I thoroughly enjoyed the reading of this book as I learned a great deal about Ottaw [...]

    2. I just read this book for a second time and enjoyed it just as much as I did the first time I am now awaiting the third book of the Muskoka series that is to be out in December In the meantime I may read the second book in the series again, just to remind myself of what all the characters are up to before settling in with the third book, which I am very much looking forward to Keep up the great work, Gabriele You are providing all your fans with many hours of enjoyment.

    3. Moon Hall is an Ottawa Valley country mansion where Gabriele Wills tells two stories, of Violet the only person I like in 1879, and Kit escaping heartache in Toronto a hundred years later Opening with Violet hanging herself, Kit discovers her diary and unfolds the unnecessary tragedy Quaint country bumpkins contrast with pretentious literati Bland surfaces hide turmoil in complex situations Violence bursts bucolic peace.

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