All her life, she had feared death by water. All her life, she had imagined the death would be her own. Every year, the Connelly family spends its summers at Carter's House in Sweetharbour, New England. It's a peaceful place, full of happy memories, the scent of pinewoods and a spectacular view of the coastline. And every summer Ruth's teenage children, Will and Josie, try to persuade their mother to give up her prestigious job at a Boston law firm and move there permanently. But Ruth has worked too hard, too long, to want ...

The Colour of Hope 2002, Magna Large Print Books, Long Preston

ISBN-13: 9780750518420

Large Print edition


The Colour of Hope 2001, Corgi Books

ISBN-13: 9780552147729

Mass-market paperback

The Colour of Hope 2000, Bantam Press

ISBN-13: 9780593045893

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