This collection of thirteen stories brings
Rosanne Dingli’s recollections of Malta vividly to life.
Some are family anecdotes, some are folkloric, and others
are figments of the author’s imagination.
The reader’s task is to distinguish which is which.
In all the stories, one can feel the atmosphere and enjoy
the descriptions of place, time and people, whether
they embellish a mystery, a journey, a lover’s dilemma or
a family saga.
The Pomegranate Tree
The Summer Man
The Most Fortunate Children
The Girl Who Danced on Flowers
Tickets to Malta
The Glass Paperweight