Read by Emilia Fox and Kerry Shale.
Nearly fifty years on from the Rose Street Massacre of 1933, English biographer Gerard Moxon is researching a book on the subject, and stirring up memories for Honora Beecher that have never quite been laid to rest. And as Gerard quizzes Honora about the story that shocked depression-era New Hampshire - and the involvement of her husband Sexton - Honora is soon eliciting secrets about Gerard's own remarkable life . . .
Writing from alternating points of views, Anita Shreve has skillfully crafted a delicate double narrative, telling the stories of two seemingly divergent lives - equally moving, and each filled with their own stories of love, loss and finding stability in changing times.
'Sea Glass' is an amazing story of the human heart, of people sorting out their pasts, of people who are looking for one thing and finding another.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 10 / 2003
- 145 x 127mm