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Sweet Exile

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Paperback, 528 pages
Published October 1st 1995 by Pan Books (first published 1991)
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ALISON McLeay was an author with a special flair for historical and romantic fiction. Formerly a distinguished freelance radio presenter and producer with the BBC, she began writing in the mid-Seventies and went on to achieve a remarkable international readership throughout Europe and the United States, where she entered the bestseller lists.

After Dundee High School, where she was English dux, Mc
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