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The Barnards of Loseby
John Barnard's wife bore the merchant prince of Loseby ten children. Of those, five now lay buried. The living seemed strangely cursed by fate: One son, a renegade, fled England in disgrace; another, puny and powerless; two daughters, hopelessly imprisoned in the great house. And then there was Mary, cherished and beloved . . . object of an unnatural love that must someday ...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published August 1977 by Popular Library
(first published 1954)
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Dec 03, 2011 Yael rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Recommended to Yael by: herself_nyc
excellent book . wish I could find others by the same author in the library or second hand bookshops . as it is I'm waiting for a good economic time for me to order some from the book depository .
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