Out of Winter

In Out of Winter, Lee confronts the barriers which have kept her family – including her brother and herself – apart.

They have often lived separately in the UK, Africa, Egypt and the Middle East, their father’s sudden illness bringing them together for the first time in years.

Returning as adult ‘children’, many emotions play their part in the long-distance care which follows, guilt and regret among them. But at their heart is a story of hidden love.

Published by Hodder and Stoughton




‘In Out of Winter, Carol Lee confronts her family’s sense of longing in a poignant story of long distance care and timeless duty’ – article in Wales Online

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