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The windmill [text (large print)] / Stephanie Gertler.

By: Gertler, Stephanie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Leicester : Ulverscroft, 2006Description: 338 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1846172888.Subject(s): Loss (Psychology) -- Fiction | Massachusetts -- Fiction | Secrecy -- Fiction | Missing persons -- Fiction | Women university teachers -- Fiction | College teachers. -- Massachusetts -- Fiction | Runaway husbands -- Massachusetts -- Fiction | Remarried people -- FictionDDC classification: 813.6 Summary: Olivia and Carl appear to have the perfect life: a son and a daughter, weekends on Cape Cod and satisfying jobs as professors at Belvedere College in a picturesque Massachusetts town. Until, one day, the seemingly dependable Carl disappears, leaving behind only a cryptic note. Alone and terrified, Olivia relives the pain she felt when she lost her first husband. While Carl travels back to his childhood hometown to confront the demons he has always hidden from his wife, Olivia must take a journey of her own to make peace with the memories that haunt her.
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Large Print GER (Browse shelf) 1 Available A00492356
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Originally published: London: Robert Hale, 2005.

Olivia and Carl appear to have the perfect life: a son and a daughter, weekends on Cape Cod and satisfying jobs as professors at Belvedere College in a picturesque Massachusetts town. Until, one day, the seemingly dependable Carl disappears, leaving behind only a cryptic note. Alone and terrified, Olivia relives the pain she felt when she lost her first husband. While Carl travels back to his childhood hometown to confront the demons he has always hidden from his wife, Olivia must take a journey of her own to make peace with the memories that haunt her.

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