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by Anne Melville

  • ISBN: 0860094944
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Anne Melville
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Magna Large Print Books; Large Print Ed edition (July 1983)
  • Pages: 512
  • ePub book: 1523 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1732 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Born in Harrow, Anne Melville was the daughter of the author and lecturer Bernard Newman and the widow of Jeremy Potter, novelist and historian.

Born in Harrow, Anne Melville was the daughter of the author and lecturer Bernard Newman and the widow of Jeremy Potter, novelist and historian. She was a scholar at St. Hugh's, where she read modern history.

Read Lorimers at War, by Anne Melville online on Bookmate – Volume Three of the dramatic saga of the Lorimer FamilyScattered by War, but the Lorimer saga continue. he ball which Lord and Lady Glan. Volume Three of the dramatic saga of the Lorimer FamilyScattered by War, but the Lorimer saga continue. he ball which Lord and Lady Glanville give for the 21st birthday of their nephew Brinsley Lorimer is a glittering social occasion in their country house, Blaize.

ANNE MELVILLE Lorimers at War Contents Part One WAR 1918 Part Two THE AFTERMATH .

ANNE MELVILLE Lorimers at War Contents Part One WAR 1918 Part Two THE AFTERMATH Part One War 1914 . The idea that dancing and dining and drinking and flirting were unsuitable activities for a country at war was not one which was likely to occur to either the hosts or the guests tonight. England was fighting to preserve the values of a civilized society against the clumsy aggressions of a decaying Austrian empire, and a brash new German army and navy. Already young men were dying on the battlefields of France.

She had gone to a good deal of trouble to have Grant examined by a specialist. An operation which might have been thought chancy in 1913 had become routine by the beginning of 1917. Margaret had felt pleased and enthusiastic as she explained to her nephew what would be involved, but his reaction was all too familiar. I don’t want to,’ he said. Is it because you’re frightened of being hurt?’.

Lorimers at War book. Under the pseudonym Anne Melville, she signed her historical novels since 1977. As Margaret Evans, she published two historical novels. She continued publishing until her death. Widow since 15 November 1997, she died less than a year later on 26 August 1998 in Oxford, Oxfordshire. Other books in the series. Lorimer Family (6 books). Books by Anne Melville.

Lorimers at War is the third engrossing novel in the series which chronicles the lives and fortunes of the Lorimer family from the 1870's to the 1940's.

This third novel in the Hardie series sees Grace Hardie choosing to stay out if the marriage race. Lorimers at War is the third engrossing novel in the series which chronicles the lives and fortunes of the Lorimer family from the 1870's to the 1940's.

Lorimers at War is the third engrossing novel in the series which chronicles the lives and fortunes of the Lorimer family from the 1870's to. .

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Volume Three of the dramatic saga of the Lorimer Family: Scattered by war, but the Lorimer saga continues....

The ball that Lord and Lady Glanville give for the 21st birthday of their nephew Brinsley Lorimer is a glittering social occasion in their country house, Blaize. But the year is 1914 and the telegram that summons Brinsley from the dance floor to the Western Front heralds the scattering of the Lorimer family.

While Brinsley's 23-year-old sister Kate goes to Serbia to work as a doctor, Dr Margaret Lorimer converts her sister's opera house at Blaize into a military hospital. Only after the war ends is Margaret able to look into the future with hope for those of the younger generation who have survived....

Lorimers at War is the third engrossing novel in the series that chronicles the lives and fortunes of the Lorimer family from the 1870's to the 1940's.

Born in Harrow, Anne Melville was the daughter of the author and lecturer Bernard Newman and the widow of Jeremy Potter, novelist and historian. She was a scholar at St. Hugh's, where she read modern history. She died in 1998.