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The Whistling Thorn
Isobel Chace
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The Whistling Thorn

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When her uncle was reported missing in Kenya, Annot was persuaded by her mother to go there in search of him. Annot wasn't very enthusiastic about the idea. She would have been even less enthusiastic if she had realized that the overbearing James Montgomery was going to take charge of the whole affair!
Published January 1977 by Mills & Boon
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Elizabeth Mary Teresa de Guise, née Hunter on 24 October 1934 in Nairobi, Kenya. She spent much of her years in Kenya and South Africa, and studied at the Open University. Her brother Alexander also wrote Western novels. After their parents' divorce, she and her sister, decided change their surname by de Guise.

Elizabeth wrote under the pseudonym of Isobel Chace, and under her real names: Elizabeth
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