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When Stella McKenzie is summoned to meet her Great Aunt Bess, her grandmother's sister, on the occasion of that lady's 100th birthday, she keeps the appointment with a great deal of trepidation. All her life she has been told about this mysterious lady, to whom her grandmother has not spoken since the First World War. She has been told that she is mean and spiteful, that she wrecked the engagement of her sister to the man she loved out of spite and jealousy. Stella could hardly have guessed the secrets the old lady was about to reveal, secrets she had kept for 75 years, secrets she does not intend should die with her. During one long and unforgettable day, Stella learns the real history of the family, not the version she has been taught. She learns about the lies and misconceptions of the past, she learns about a lost love and a passion which overruled everything else to end in tragedy.

©2013 Margaret Brazear (P)2016 Margaret Brazear

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I found the recording with the accents that seemed appropriate to the time and station of the person speaking the dialogue.. I was fascinated to learn of the conventions of the period and the changes in convention that took place over 100 yrs.

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