The Guardian by Joan Wolf

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After her husband, the seventh Earl of Weston, dies of pneumonia, Annabelle knows her life will never be the same. The Earl has appointed his younger brother Stephen the legal guardian of her young son, the same Stephen who was her first love and who, five years before, broke her heart and mysteriously abandoned her to a loveless marriage. Can Stephen and Annabelle join forces to heal the pain of the past and overcome the sinister threat that plagues them still?
 

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Wolf is a former English teacher.
 
Published May 1, 1997 by San Val. 352 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Gripping, suspenseful first-person narrative from top-ranked Regency historical author Wolf (The Deception) will remind readers why they love the genre. Cool, self-possessed beauty Annabelle Grandvill

Apr 28 1997 | Read Full Review of The Guardian

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A few years ago, the philosopher Mark Rowlands began a book on animal rights by telling a story about a ferry crossing from Pembroke to Rosslare that he once made with his pet wolf, Brenin.

Nov 29 2008 | Read Full Review of The Guardian

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23 Nov 2012: From a meditation on walking Britain's ancient paths to an epic American novel, from reportage on life in a Mumbai slum to a blockbuster biography of LBJ ...

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Mar 02 2012 | Read Full Review of The Guardian

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Wolf Totem by Jiang Rong, translated by Howard Goldblatt 526pp, Hamish Hamilton, £17.99 I don't know what it means to sell four million copies of a book in China - that's a lot of books, but there are a lot of Chinese.

Mar 22 2008 | Read Full Review of The Guardian

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In the second half of the novel - which charts Cromwell's rise to favour as he clears the way for the king's marriage to Anne Boleyn - More emerges as Cromwell's opposite number, more a spokesman for another worldview than a practical antagonist.

May 02 2009 | Read Full Review of The Guardian

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