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Praise for The Bolter 'A tragic and deeply moving tale ... far more gripping than any novel I have read for years' -- Antony Beevor Praise for The Bolter 'Frances Osborne has brilliantly captured not only one woman's life but an entire lost society' -- Amanda Foreman Praise for The Bolter 'An enthralling account of a dazzling, troubled life' -- Julian Fellowes --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
A gripping and intense novel about love and war, set upstairs and downstairs among the suffragettes and the front line in France, from the bestselling author of The Bolter.See all Product Description
Though the period and events have been visited by many others eg Anthony Quinn I found this book convincing and touching , informed by real events and supported by the research... Read morePublished 4 months ago by meg keir
The quality of the book is excellent, and I would certainly buy from this seller again as the book looks like it has been barely read at all.Published 15 months ago by rueyclem
This is a gift for a birthday. I have my own copy and it is a wonderful book ! i loved it and its one i will pick up and read again. Read morePublished 16 months ago by eileen. Lincs
The story moves slowly and is predictable. I kept having the feeling that i read something very similar before so lost interest.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a book club choice which did not rate highly. Most of us had enjoyed The Bolter, but this one did
not rate highly.
I prefer Frances Osborne's non fiction books.I found this book rather shallow and rather unoriginal,it seemed to race through the story.Published on 1 Aug. 2013 by mrs.evelyn clemens
Not well structured as a novel. The two separate stories
are meant to be interwoven but this does not happen very well.
Frances Osborne has written an engaging and engrossing novel in the fine English tradition that has come down from Jane Austen. Read morePublished on 16 Jan. 2013 by genebrooklyn