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Five cousins gather on their aunt's camomile lawn and talk about the coming war. It is the last summer of their youth. Over the next few years they remain united by shared losses and loves, family ties and the absurd conditions imposed by the war. Through it all, they try to hang onto the part of themselves that laughed and played games on that camomile lawn.

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In the heat of the summer of 1939, five young cousins gathered together for their annual holiday in Cornwall with their aunt. It was to be their last summer of innocence, youth and freedom before the war closed around them.

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ISBN:
9780552991261
Author:
WESLEY, MARY
Publisher:
TRANSWORLD PUBLISHERS LTD
Location:
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Edition Description:
NEW ED
Series:
BLACK SWAN S.
Publication Date:
19850322
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Pages:
335
Dimensions:
200 x 130 in.

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"Synopsis" by , In the heat of the summer of 1939, five young cousins gathered together for their annual holiday in Cornwall with their aunt. It was to be their last summer of innocence, youth and freedom before the war closed around them.
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