The Shrine download epub
by Cristina Odone
She is the Founder and Chair of the Parenting Circle Charity.
She is the Founder and Chair of the Parenting Circle Charity. Odone was born in Nairobi, Kenya, to an Italian father, Augusto Odone, and a Swedish mother. Her half-brother was Lorenzo Odone, after whom Lorenzo's oil is named.
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Next book . The Shrine. 1996) A novel by Cristina Odone. October 1998 : UK Paperback. The villagers of San Lorenzo have much to gossip about - Lea's affair with the mayor, her daughter's visions of the Virgin Mary, the Ferrati family's financial decline. As the seasons move on, decisions have to be made about the money, love and future of the village. Genre: General Fiction. Used availability for Cristina Odone's The Shrine.
Time passes slowly but agreeably in expat Italian first-novelist Odone's lovingly evoked village in the Italian Piedmont, where memories are long and traditions as much a part of life as the changing of the seasons. Not much seems to change in San Lorenzo, a village set in the foothills of the Alps. The gypsies still arrive each summer for the local festa; each night, as the air cools, the housewives promenade round the square; and the seemingly wealthy Ferrati family still owns the fields and vineyards stretching beyond the large house standing at the edge of the village.
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She is the Founder and CEO of the National Parenting Organisation. Odone has written four novels: The Shrine (1996), A Perfect Wife (1997), The Dilemmas of Harriet Carew (2008) and The Good Divorce Guide (2009) She contributed to Why I am still a Catholic (2005).
CRISTINA ODONE, the Italian beauty who came via America and . There is plenty that is right with the book. There is a tangible rural Italian atmosphere redolent of basil and geraniums, and a particularly good line in interiors sporting Venetian fluted glass and Neapolitan tiles.
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Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Phoenix (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ); New Ed edition (October 5, 1998)
Pages: 224 pages