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Speak to the Winds by Ruth Moore

Three generations after Chin Island was inhabited by a bustling community of laborers, only a few families remain. A feud begins on Christmas Day, troubling the remaining inhabitants when they gossip and fan the flames of conflict. Two warring factions collide as the kindly Elbridge Gilman attempts to stop them along with his quick-tempered partner, Liseo MacGimsey. 

Readers will enjoy Ruth Moore's excellent descriptions of gales, dashing waves, and New England cooking. Speak to the Winds, originally published in 1956, remains a classic that still draws glowing reviews.

  • Paperback 
  • 320 pages
  • Dimensions: 8.5"H x 5.5"W

ISBN: 9781952143373

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