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If Winter Comes by A. S. M. Hutchinson
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If Winter Comes (1921)

by A. S. M. Hutchinson

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To take Mark Sabre at the age of thirty-four, and in the year 1912, and and in the place Penny Green is to necessitate looking back a little towards the time of his marriage in 1904, but happens to find him in good light for observation.
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If Winter Comes is not only a thrilling tale, it is an important work of art" so stated the New York Times review of A. S. M. Hutchinson's novel. A humorous but thoughtful and advanced portrait of an unhappy marriage, this captivating novel deals with death, divorce, and everything inbetween.… (more)

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