Posts Categorized: Anne Goodwin Winslow

The Springs By

The Springs A magical, heart-warming novel the Hartford Courant calls "a thing of loveliness, fresh, alive, and with a faint glow, The Springs will gladden many a heart," is now finally back in print for the first time in nearly 75 years.

Alice MacGowan is a sheltered young woman coming of age in the early 1900s when a resort hotel opens at the hot springs in her  small Tennessee town. Everything she knows about the outside world comes from books, but now her experiences with the various summer guests, arriving from near and far, have a profound impact on her. Most of all, there's William Mason, who is more than twice her age. He opens her mind to new ideas, even though he knows his love for her can never he guides her instead toward Brian Mason, a young Brit her own age, against a backdrop of scandal, sudden violence, and warm romance.

It Was Like This By

It Was Like This A powerful, romantic drama set in the deep south of the late 1800s, a novel the Lexington Herald hailed as "a tiny masterpiece of style, of subtlety, of studied artistry." Back in print for the first time in nearly 75 years.

The lives of widow Louisa Martin, her two adult sons Hugh and Lawrence, and her adopted daughter Anna on an isolated pecan plantation in Southern Mississippi in the late 1800s.