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Originally from Kilmarnock, Scotland, Heather G. Marshall is a writer currently based in the foothills of South Carolina, where she lives with her children, dogs, a set of bagpipes and a Royal Enfield motorcycle. Her fiction and creative nonfiction are published in a variety of periodicals — mostly recently in Northwords Now, Prime Number and Six Minute Magazine. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Queens University of Charlotte.
She calming leads you through a complex relationship story, each scene building up to the resolution.
With the gentle hand of Agatha, Hope and her mother learn how to forgive and to love one another again.
I was totally enthralled with the characters, descriptions and the visual images painted by the author.
Met the author at our book club. I found the book to be very interestingPublished 13 days ago by charlotte koehler
From the first chapter of this book, I had the feeling of total comfort. Heather's skill at descriptive narrative lets the reader "see" the characters and the landscapes... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roger Kilpatrick
Ms. Marshall,s imagery is masterful. Her words capture the nuances of scenes and characters in beautiful ways. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pat Dillow
The Thorn Tree is a multi-generational tale featuring multiple, intersecting stories that reveal how choices, reactions, and uncontrolled circumstances have the ability to effect... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric S. Wyatt
I know a book is great when I don't want it to end. The author does a beautiful job bringing the characters life so that by the end you felt a part of the family. Read morePublished 2 months ago by carol ball
I got lost in this story and it left me wanting more. I want to know more about each place, each character at each time in her life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Delaney
For anyone who is Scottish, has visited Scotland, or longs to, Marshall takes you there in The Thorn Tree. Read morePublished 3 months ago by E. Golladay
Beautifully written novel that focuses on an old Scottish woman who is guide and guardian for many younger women in her family. Characterizations are nicely done, and Ms. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mary_SC