Ruth Travers has lost a lover, both parents and her job. Now she thinks she might be losing her mind.
Ruth finds herself the owner of a dilapidated Victorian house on the Isle of Skye: Tigh na Linne, the summer home she shared as a child with her beloved Aunt Janet. As she prepares to put the old house up for sale, Ruth discovers she's not the only occupant. She also thinks she might be falling in love.
With a man who died almost a hundred years ago...
Praise for THE GLASS GUARDIAN...
"As usual with Gillard's novels, I read THE GLASS GUARDIAN in almost one sitting... The story is about love, loss, grief, music, World War I, Skye, family secrets, loneliness and a ghost who will break your heart."
I PREFER READING book blog
"A captivating story, dealing with passionate love and tragic death... An old, crumbling house, snow falling all around and a handsome ghost... Curling up with this book on a dark night would be perfect!"
THE LITTLE READER LIBRARY book blog
"The ending? Beautiful and completely satisfying. I cried tears of joy. The story went exactly the way I wanted it to but I never found it predictable."
AWESOME INDIES book blog
Praise for Linda Gillard's other novels...
"STAR GAZING was a joy to read from the first page to the last... Romantic and quirky and beautifully written." ABERDEEN PRESS & JOURNAL
"HOUSE OF SILENCE is one of those books you'll put everything else on hold for." CORNFLOWER BOOKS blog
EMOTIONAL GEOLOGY - "A love story filled with passion and paint-stripping honesty." HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS ARTS JOURNAL
"The emotional power in these novels makes this reviewer reflect on how Charlotte and Emily Bronte might have written if they were living and writing now." NORTHWORDS NOW