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The Glass Lake
by Maeve Binchy | Literature & Fiction
Registered by wingpjlareauwing of Little Canada, Minnesota USA on Thursday, May 11, 2006
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Journal Entry 1 by wingpjlareauwing from Little Canada, Minnesota USA on Thursday, May 11, 2006

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Journal Entry 2 by wingpjlareauwing at Cyber-Librarian in Antioch, Illinois -- Controlled Releases on Friday, May 19, 2006

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Released 8 yrs ago (5/19/2006 UTC) at Cyber-Librarian in Antioch, Illinois -- Controlled Releases

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Journal Entry 3 by cyber-librarian from Cary, North Carolina USA on Friday, May 26, 2006

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I received this today in boxes of books from pjlareau in MN ... for the cost of postage. Thank you so much for spreading the joy of reading with me!!! You are the GREATEST bookcrosser!!

c. 1995 -- 757 pages -- Paperback -- The NY Times Bestseller -- A Main Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club -- 4 weeks on the USA Today top-10 Bestseller list:
#7 on 3/3/96
#8 on 3/10/96
#9 on 3/24/96
#10 on 3/17/96

Back Cover: "They say that if you went out on Saint Agnes' Eve and looked in the lake at sunset you could see your future." Night after night the beautiful woman walked beside the serene waters of Lough Glass. Until the day she disappeared, leaving only a boat drifting upside down on the unfathomable lake that gave the town its name. Ravishing Helen McMahon, the Dubliner with the film-star looks and unfulfilled dreams, never belonged in Lough Glass, not the way her genial pharmacist-husband Martin belonged, or their spirited daughter Kit. Suddenly she is gone, and Kit is haunted by the memory of her mother, seen through a window, alone at a kitchen table, tears streaming down her face. Now Kit, too, has secrets: of the night she discovered a letter on Martin's pillow and burned it, unopened. The night her mother was lost. The night everything changed forever ... 




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