Korea, 1960s, A girl stands in the middle of a sunny cabbage patch with her mother. The air is full of butterflies and secrets. War, Japanese rule and loss are bleeding wounds in living memory. At this world's heart, are Korean women...'laughing, wailing, spirit-cajoling, poetry-writing, tear-hiding, bosom-bracing, scheming, fire-breathing.'

House of the Winds 2002, Summersdale Publishers, Chichester

ISBN-13: 9781840242126

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House of the Winds 2000, Penguin Books

ISBN-13: 9780140291940

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House of the Winds 1998, Interlink Publishing Group

ISBN-13: 9781566563055

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