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Mason's Retreat: A Novel Paperback – November 14, 2006
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Unfolding with the grandeur and suspenseful inevitability of real life, Mason's Retreat tells the story of a family on the Eastern shore of Maryland on the eve of World War II. Tilgham's prose is graceful and effortless, and his feel for the ebb and flow of familial relations is instinctual. Following up on the promise of his short story collection, In a Father's Place, Tilgham takes his rightful place among the best writers of American fiction. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The author of In a Father's Place (LJ 5/15/90) writes of a family's return to their ancestral land in Maryland after residing in England for many years.
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I have to say that it has some slow parts, but the pace is similar to the pace of life on the ES. I give it four stars not so much because it is great writing, but more because of the character development and the feeling that I'm left with after reading it. If the characters had been poorly developed, I would rate it a 3.