STRANGER AT WILDINGS by Madeleine Brent

STRANGER AT WILDINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With the greatest of ease--until an intended near-accident--trapeze artist Chantal flies through the air of the circus she joined at thirteen not knowing who she really is. Another victim of anonymity is Martin, also British, an amnesiac whom she sees briefly--long enough for him to leave his mark on her--before she returns to England where she is never altogether comfortable at the ancestral home, Wildings, and where in time she will discover that her real mother is alive. Madeleine Brent tells longer, somewhat better, stories in the category and divine coincidence helps you to turn the pages before the sawdust settles.

Pub Date: Feb. 6th, 1975
Publisher: Doubleday