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Horace Annesley Vachell
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Her Son

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This is a fictionalized story of a woman who was meant for one of the best mothers on earth. She sacrifices everything for the sake of the child she takes in. Will she have her reward, or will she lose him too, when the day of truth comes?
Hardcover, 337 pages
Published 1907 by Dodd, Mead, and Co
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Hannah
Jan 18, 2014 Hannah rated it it was amazing
This is a powerful story of what a good woman does for a helpless child, and how her love protects him from everything, even his shameful birth. She gives up the life she could have lived to give him a name and a future. Will it be all to him that she hopes? Or will cruel hands steal her gift from him just as it matters most, in his young manhood?
I couldn't put this one down!
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Horace Annesley Vachell was a prolific English writer of novels, plays, short stories, essays and autobiographical works.

Vachell was educated at Harrow and Sandhurst. After a short period in the Rifle Brigade, he went to California where he became partner in a land company and married Lydie Phillips, his partner's daughter. His wife died in 1895 after the birth of their second child. He is said to
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