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Afterwards

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(Annie) Kathlyn (Kathleen) (Mary? ) Rhodes (1877-1962) was the British author of: Many Waters (1899), The Will of Allah (1908) Sweet Life (1908), The Desert Dreamers (1909), Flower of Grass (also titled: The Relentless Desert) (1911), Schoolgirl Honour (1912), The Wax Image and Other Stories (1912), Dodo's Schooldays (1913), The Making of a Soul (1914), Afterwards (1915),...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published August 2nd 2007 by Tutis Digital Pub
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A tragedy at the start with consequences following through out the story.A story of love,hate,revenge,innocence,sacrifice and happiness.Must read for the ones with liking for romantic stories.
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Born in 1877, in Thirsk, Yorkshire, Annie Kathleen Rhodes was the daughter of brewer Quintin Rhodes, and his wife Sarah Annie. She was educated at home by a governess, and then at a school in Old Southgate, North London, and at Gordon House, Scarborough. After the death of her father in 1896, Rhodes' family moved to Scarborough, where her mother died, in 1907. Following the bombardment of Scarboro...more
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