The Birdcage

The Birdcage

Book - 2005
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Baker & Taylor
In a tale set in a castle-like manor house that spans decades in the lives of two people, a young woman struggles with her desperate yearnings for a father, while a man faces a tragic choice between being true to himself and sacrificing those he has promised to protect. By the author of A Week in Winter. 45,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
It was Felix Hamilton who named it the Birdcage--the tall house in Bristol where Miss Pidgeon lives with her tenants, the beautiful and talented actress Angel Blake and Angel's daughter, Lizzie. Lizzie longed for a father, but Felix knew that ultimately he would have to remain with his own son, Piers, at the gracious, mellow Michaelgarth, the family home on the edge of Exmoor.
Many years later, Lizzie comes at last to Michaelgarth and meets Piers for the first time. There she finds a family in trouble--and miraculously, they need her to help them heal.
Written with shining honesty and compassion, The Birdcage has every bit of the wonder that Marcia Willett's fans have come to expect.


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& Taylor

In a tale set in a manor house that spans decades in the lives of two people, a young woman struggles with her yearnings for a father, while a man must choose between being true to himself and sacrificing those he has promised to protect.

Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press, 2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312327750
0312327757
Characteristics: p ; cm

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