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The Healers of Highley Woods, by Jean Turner

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When Ana moves into a new home, she begins to have visions and dreams about a woman called Beth and her family, who lived in the area over a hundred years ago. The Healers of Highley woods follows the family over more than twenty years and describes the adventures and traumas they experience. 

Beth is a strong, independent woman who believes she needs no-one, until she meets her partner Jon. Hardworking Jon loves his family with a passion but is in awe of the incredible magical abilities displayed by their daughters Hope and Rose. They are very different in personality and clash a lot as children but, as adults, become a formidable team. The book tells of other children and adults gifted with incredible abilities whose lives impact on one another. 

Follow Ana's story to understand why Beth makes contact with her, a woman from another time, and the reasons why this connection changes Ana’s life.

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