SIESTA is the first book of a quartet and concerns Anna from her youth to a rock-solid marriage, to disaster. The certainty of her daily life and all things familiar is shattered by betrayal, deception and the loss of her place in it. She faces the test of survival and the challenge with a touching single-mindedness that is fed by loyalty and a heart that refuses to give up Her attitude in the face of adversity and the outcome she achieves through a tunnel of suffering and fear attains the quality of parable.
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Life for Sally, began in Argentina on a large farm, where she ran wild and free until the age of nine. Her parents decided on an English education. Six years were spent as a boarder followed by one in Switzerland. Then, secretarial college in Cambridge before London for several years of fun and part time jobs. She began writing when she was twenty-six completing two long novels. Twice married with three children, she now lives in Argentina. The constant theme of her writing pursues the chasm between the Latin and Anglo-Saxon mentalities. It is analysed with a subtle eye - at once profound and light-hearted. Her stories reveal a deep familiarity and understanding of this subject. She has now opened her home in Argentina to writers and those who seek 'wide open spaces, peace and privacy – to think, to write, to be.’
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 162 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.37 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1489588698