Black to White

Sam Hayward


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A picturesque cottage with a beautiful garden, the seashore and a small bustling town are the backdrop to this timeless story.  Woven into the pages are acute observations of the natural world with the changing days and seasons a foil to Susie Chester’s journey from overwhelming grief.  In essence this book is about you and me and how we deal with the major crises of our lives.  It is an excellent and thought provoking read.

Additional information

Weight 211 g
Dimensions 203 × 127 mm





Biddles Books




Hayward, Sam

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