When Kit was somewhere different, she always felt she could become somebody different too; try on other lives, or take her own and slot it somewhere else. There was an exquisite pleasure in laying new prints: the wanderer stealing in. But as she ventured from the ferry, she felt for the first time like an uneasy outsider, and was certain that nowhere she had ever travelled had felt as strange to her as that sunny port town on a weekend afternoon.
THE THOUSAND LIGHTS HOTEL
Richard and Judy Summer Book Club pick 2012
"A delicate, atmospheric, regretful tale, full of redemption. I absolutely loved it."
"Enchanting and vivid"
"Heartfelt and evocative"
"A novel that glints with passion"