Land and Power by Wallis Peel

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Arrogant and ruthless, farmer James Mayo lives by the creed that the possession of land is the lifeblood of his family. When his much-loved son John is murdered by Joseph Howard, one-time friend, a feud is born which goes down through the generations. It takes the might of World War I to still the families’ hostility as they unite against the greater enemy.

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Published January 23, 1975 by Robert Hale Ltd. 224 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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