Someone Special by Judith Saxton

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The saga of three English girls born on the same day in 1926 follows the story of three women whose lives become entwined--and one who is destined to become Queen. From the author of The Blue and Distant Hills.

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Judith Saxton has built up a formidable reputation as one of Britain's best present day writers of women's fiction, and is among the top PLR earners in the country. She was born and brought up in Norfolk but for many years has lived with her family in North Wales. A lover of the countryside, she likes her characters to inhabit areas she knows well, and frequently uses both areas as settings.
Published July 1, 1995 by St Martins Pr. 536 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Back to Nell, who's forced to flee Matthew with her mother to join a carnival, where Hester becomes a snake charmer.

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The sure-handed Saxton (First Love, Last Love) serves up more catnip for Anglophiles in this restrained melodrama, which traces the lives of three English women from their shared birthday in 1926 through the 1930s Depression, WWII and the 1950s postwar boom.

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