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Brian Talbot Cleeve
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From the brilliant heights of a glorious age, to its unspeakable depths...she lived it all for a passion that would not be denied. Fiercely faithful to the memory of a touch and a promise, Judith chose the brutal horrors of Bedlam and the unforgiving poverty of London's streets, rather than submit to a marriage of shame.

For she had known love. One man, and one alone, had f
Unknown Binding, 5 pages
Published January 1st 1978 by Cassell
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Read this book about 20 years ago, forgot how much I enjoyed it.
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Brian Brendon Talbot Cleeve, was a prolific writer and popular TV broadcaster. Son of an Irish father and English mother, he was born and raised in England. In his early thirties he moved to Ireland where he lived for the remainder of his life. In late middle age he underwent a profound spiritual experience, which led him to embrace mysticism. He developed a model for the spiritual life based on t ...more
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