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ePub Sleeping Tiger download
Author:
Carole Shelley,Rosamunde Pilcher
ISBN13:
978-0553527261
ISBN:
0553527266
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Publisher:
Random House Audio; Abridged edition (August 1, 2000)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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1686 kb
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1470 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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715

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Sleeping Tiger - Rosamunde Pilcher. The story was gentle and sweet, and not too earth-shatteringly serious. In my opinion, Rosamunde Pilcher has always been a good story-teller; and the plots of her stories have always interested me. I must say though, that this book seemed slightly different from most of Ms. Pilcher's other works - somehow lighter and frothier than I was expecting. I give Sleeping Tiger by Rosamunde Pilcher an A+! mrslee 1Go to mrslee 1's profile.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. So wherever I go, appointments, beauty shop, I've got wonderful books to read without the books taking up many shelves in my house. Reading on my Kindle, I can at the flip of a switch go back to a book to refresh what it is about. Rosamunde's books are too good to not read!!! Don't miss them!! They are not books that you can figure out the end at the beginning, as many books are, and I won't waste my time on that kind of book.

Rosamunde Pilcher, OBE (née Scott; 22 September 1924 – 6 February 2019) was a British writer of romance novels, mainstream women's fiction, and short stories, from 1949 until her retirement in 2000. Her novels sold over 60 million copies worldwide. Early in her career she was also published under the pen name Jane Fraser. She was born Rosamunde Scott on 22 September 1924 in Lelant, Cornwall. Her parents were Helen (née Harvey) and Charles Scott, a British commander.

San Antonio, until five years ago, was a very poor island. The communications with Spain were lousy, only a small boat twice a week. The communications with Spain were lousy, only a small boat twice a week mer there are a lot of people, and things are getting . Selina thought that the first thing that needed to get . was the surface of the roads

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Performance by Carole Shelley Two cassettes, 3 hours. Rosamunde Pilcher was born in Lelant, Cornwall in 1924. Book Description Rosamunde Pilcher, 1999.

Performance by Carole Shelley Two cassettes, 3 hours. For the first time in her life, Selina Bruce wasn't sure what tomorrow would bring. She had impulsively left behind her lawyer fiancé in London and flown alone to a tiny island off the Spanish coast. Pilcher began her writing career in 1949 as an author of Mills and Boon romances under the name Jane Fraser. She published ten such novels, the last, The Keeper's House, in 1963. Condition: Used; Good. Published by Rosamunde Pilcher (1999).

Rosamunde Pilcher had a long and distinguished career as a novelist and short story writer, but it was her phenomenally successful novel, The Shell Seekers, that captured the hearts of all who read it, and won her international recognition as one of the best-loved storytellers of our time. It was voted one of UK's top 100 novels in the BBC's Big Read in 2003. Her bestselling novels, September, Coming Home and Winter Solstice were made into television films.

Performance by Carole ShelleyTwo cassettes, 3 hoursFor the first time in her life, Selina Bruce wasn't sure what tomorrow would bring. She had impulsively left behind her lawyer fiancé in London and flown alone to a tiny island off the Spanish coast. She was searching for the father she'd never know, but what she found was an unexpected truth about herself and the man she planned to marry. For exotic San Antonio offered Selina more than the penetrating brilliance of the noonday sun. It offered her the mysterious George Dyer, who held the key not only to her past--but to her heart.
  • I've enjoyed rosalind pitchers books so much that I read them all, and even reread coming home. but seriously, every scene that involves a revelation, an argument, or a tragedy has to describe copious wet weeping and no hankie, with the Male in each encounter supplying a fresh ironed one. ok once per book I could take it, but every chapter has this SAME scene.
    a nauseating device, and so frequent, I can't read this author, any more. and too much coffee and tea!

  • Sleeping Tiger: Rosamunde Pilcher has done it again and again! I have read nearly all of her books and they classics, in my
    opinion. No matter how many you have read of her books, they are always good for another time in your life. Iam so glad to have them on my Kindle and as soon as I finish one, there's another waiting. So wherever I go, appointments, beauty shop, I've got
    wonderful books to read without the books taking up many shelves in my house. Reading on my Kindle, I can at the flip of a
    switch go back to a book to refresh what it is about. Rosamunde's books are too good to not read!!! Don't miss them!! They
    are not books that you can figure out the end at the beginning, as many books are, and I won't waste my time on that kind of book.

  • you have to love nature and be moved by the verbal pictures Pilcher draws with words. They touch all your senses of sight,sound and fragrance.
    She writes so lovingly about Cornwall, England, with it's magnificent coast, the moors and the people who live there. Her descriptions of the
    many relationships and how they weave a wonderful story that always ends well

  • I bought this book for my 100 year old avid book reading Mother-In-Law and she absolutely loves it. She is a great fan of Rosamunde Pilcher and I was fortunate enough to find this in large print for her. She recommends this book very highly.
    Sleeping Tiger

  • Although I would recommend that any fan of Rosamunde Pilcher read this book, I have to say it is perhaps my least favorite of all of hers. Selina, the heroine, is naive and impulsive and does not come across as the strong female character we get in Mrs. Pilcher's later works. Selina sets off from England to find the father she never knew and was told was dead. Because of a photo on a book jacket, she thinks her father is a writer living in Spain. When she arrives unannounced he tells her in no uncertain terms that he is not her father and she needs to go back to London. Selina cannot seem to leave this man and even hides her passport when he forces her to go to the airport. I was shocked when I learned what the real connection between this young girl and this man was. Because it is not set in England or Scotland as most of her novels are, we miss the wonderful descriptive setting Mrs. Pilcher is noted for. This was Mrs. Pilcher's first novel under her own name and was first published in 1967. Although nowhere near the standards she set with "The Shell Seekers," "September," and "Coming Home," it is a short and worthwhile read for her legions of fans, of which I am most definitely a part.

  • If you love Pilchard novels, buy this book. It is a delicious masterpiece of romantic fiction. Yes, it is a bit short, but who cares. Precious jewels come in small packages. Grab a comfortable chair and enjoy the trip.

  • Wonderful, iI like the way RosamundPilcher writes, I feel that I m in the place myself

  • As always, her books are a treasure, to keep and read over and over. She is one of my all time favorite writers, and, I'm sure, a delightful human being. Her stories make my soul soar to the lovely places she writes about, and my heart long to know the complex and real people in those stories. This was my last of her books, now I have them all, and wish there were hundreds more. Thank you Rosamunde, for hours of pleasure, and escape into another world that feels so familiar and welcoming.