Penmarric

Penmarric

eBook - 1971
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From the acclaimed author of Cashelmara : the "grippingly readable" New York Times -bestselling saga of a noble English family torn apart ( The Sunday Times ).

Overlooking the bleak cliffs of Cornwall is Penmarric, the ancestral home of Mark Castallack. The stunning gothic manor is the picture of English nobility, wealth, and comfort. But as the twentieth century unfolds, those behind Penmarric's towering walls face nothing short of disaster. As Mark and his children struggle to save their home and their aristocratic way of life, they must engage in a bitter fight against greed, ambition, betrayal, and even murder.

Over her forty-year career, Susan Howatch has taken on the Anglican Communion and the British elite, and established herself as the queen of the historical family saga with such bestsellers as The Wheel of Fortune . Now, discover the magnificent, sweeping novel that started her reign and made her an international-bestselling author.

This ebook features an illustrated biography of Susan Howatch including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.
Publisher: New York, Simon and Schuster, [1971]
ISBN: 9781453263419
Characteristics: text file, rda
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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hania4987 Oct 30, 2013

I am so happy I finally finished this book. I lost interest in this book during the first part and never got back into it ... it was a chore to read. It's a family saga (which I normally enjoy) that spans 3 generations told by 5 characters. I finally realized that they were recounting one tedious episode after another and that there were no likeable characters to embrace.

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