Author(s): Susan Hill
Celibate, irreproachable and distinguished, Thomas Cavendish is in his mid-fifties and the obvious man to become Master of his college. But, walking by the river, Thomas sees a young girl standing on the bridge. It is an apocalyptic vision, one that alters Thomas' life irrevocably and tragically, but with the beauty of joy of a love never previously imagined.
Rejacketed alongside Mist in the Mirror, Mrs De Winter and The Woman in Black to create a set of Susan Hill's most enchanting, unsettling and absorbing backlist titles
"Subtle and profoundly beautiful."-"Scotsman"