Casting Off

Casting Off

Large Print - 2010
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Rebecca Moray comes to an Irish island with her daughter Rowan to research a book on knitting and forget a haunted past, only to meet Sean Morahan, a crabby old fisherman, who she befriends, soon seeing that he too is haunted.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2010
ISBN: 9781602856776
Branch Call Number: LT DIC
Characteristics: 511 p


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Sep 20, 2016

Started reading and figured out what was going to happen with the protagonist and supporting character and put it down. Picked it back up again and was very glad I did!! You know what is going to happen, but from the point you realize this and the end of the book, very unforgettable! I am so glad I finished it. A great read.

Jul 06, 2013

i have read this book before and its a great book about letting go of the past and forgiveness. I am reading it again too. Hope others enjoy it like I do.I am irish so this is very special to me too;.

DarcillaAnn Sep 23, 2012

I loved this book - I actually read it while in Galway, Ireland on vacation.....I enjoy knitting and reading the characters association with aran knitting patterns - a wonderful story line....a great read!

Dec 13, 2011

Its a great story about acknowledging your past and forgiving yourself. Great Book

Mar 22, 2011

This is now my favorite book. I enjoyed it so much, I read it twice and then I made my mother read it. She also loved it.

Feb 15, 2010

Loved this book!

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