Anita Burgh The Golden Butterfly

ISBN 13: 9780330318556

The Golden Butterfly

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9780330318556: The Golden Butterfly

Juniper Boscar is beautiful, spoiled and fabulously rich a charming yet dangerous "golden butterfly." She captivates everyone she meets, yet leaves only heartbreak and destruction in her wake. One of those drawn to her is Polly Frobisher, the gentle but determined daughter of an actress, and custodian of the azure bowl. Then there is Alice Tregowan, the Cornish mine-owner’s daughter, whose own daughter, Grace, is destroyed by obsessional love. From the rugged beauty of Cornwall to the genteel estates of East Coast America and the terrors of war-torn France, The Golden Butterfly is the compelling second volume of the Daughters of a Granite Land trilogy.

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About the Author:

Anita Burgh is the author of several bestselling novels, including 'Distinctions of Class', 'Breeders', 'Clare's War', 'The House at Harcourt' and 'The Visitor'. She has also written a stunning trilogy which includes 'The Broken Gate', 'The Heart's Citadel', and soon - 'The Breached Wall'. She lives in Gloucestershire.

From AudioFile:

A multigenerational novel tracks the romantic adventures of children of privilege in the Roaring '20s. Anne Dover reads this mammoth novel with such expertise that we forget how trivial a work we are listening to. Dover is one of few narrators who can skillfully portray both English and American characters. She makes our heroine, the "Golden Butterfly" of the title, an enchanting and engaging character, and describes the story's balls, seductions, betrayals, and domestic cruelty with style. Listeners will look forward to the other two books in Dover's trilogy, Daughters of a Granite Land. D.L.G. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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Anita Burgh
Editore: Pan (1991)
ISBN 10: 0330318551 ISBN 13: 9780330318556
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Descrizione libro Pan, 1991. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0330318551

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