Pilgrim's Inn

Pilgrim's Inn

Book - 1948
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The second novel in Elizabeth Goudge's trilogy about the Eliot family, PILGRIM'S INN takes up their story after WW II, but focuses on Lucilla's soldier son George, his beautiful wife Nadine and their five children. At the heart of the story is their acquisition of an ancient pilgrim's inn on the river. Under the author's skillful hand the inn develops a life of its own that touches not only its new owners but also those strangers who stop there for a rest on their pilgrimages.
Publisher: New York : Coward-McCann, c1948
Branch Call Number: FICTION GOU
Characteristics: 346 p. ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Herb of grace

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