The Unmaking by Carol Birch

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About Carol Birch

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CAROL BIRCH, an award-winning recording artist and director, is a children's librarian with the Chappaqua (N.Y.) Library, and an instructor of Storytelling and Children's Literature at Wesleyan University and Southern Connecticut State University. She previously co-edited Who Says: Essays on Pivotal Issues in Contemporary Storytelling (see page ???) with Melissa Heckler.
Published November 10, 1992 by Ballantine Books. 182 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Forced to marry William and move to his father's castle, Belle mourns Herron's absence, but when her jealous father-in-law, suspecting his wife of having an affair with Bayardine, has Hugh kill him, Belle learns just what happened to Herron.

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British novelist Birch's superficial tale of love and sin, set in an English village during the Middle Ages, chronicles the thwarted romance of Belle Rennock.

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