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Without Charity Paperback – 16 Mar 2000
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A glorious novel of family secrets and forbidden love.
When Sarah first saw Harlaston Hall, its grandeur unnerved her. How could this mansion have anything to do with her family, and in particular with her grandmother Charity? But as she became immersed in the story of the house, it became vital that she uncovered the truth.See all Product description
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It is very tastefully written, deep and sort of crystal clear in it's suggestion of what really matters in life. Things that matter don't change, whether you are an Edwardian lord or a today's writer and documentary film maker. And the Edwardian love story is till relevant today.
Dum vivimus, vivamus. While we are living, let us live. This was in the book and it is very true.
But still the book was enjoyable to read, although not as good as I had hoped for and the end was a little annoyed that a certain part of the dialogue was in French with no translation.
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