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London Roses

London Roses When Stephen Fulford vanishes to seek his fortune as a war reporter he leaves behind a dark suspicion A letter has been stolen a letter that his brother Thomas needed for his research a letter tha

  • Title: London Roses
  • Author: Dora Greenwell McChesney
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Stephen Fulford vanishes to seek his fortune as a war reporter, he leaves behind a dark suspicion A letter has been stolen a letter that his brother, Thomas, needed for his research, a letter that was worth a great deal of money Enough for a man to seek his fortune with, perhaps The letter belonged to the British Museum, and when they find it missing they questio When Stephen Fulford vanishes to seek his fortune as a war reporter, he leaves behind a dark suspicion.A letter has been stolen a letter that his brother, Thomas, needed for his research, a letter that was worth a great deal of money Enough for a man to seek his fortune with, perhaps The letter belonged to the British Museum, and when they find it missing they question Thomas But Thomas knows that Stephen was the last one to have it, and his dark suspicion works like poison in his blood Should he cover for his brother and shoulder the blame himself Or come forward, letting the blame fall on Stephen And when the beautiful American, Rhoda Comstock, gets involved, Thomas will have to fight not only the evidence but his own jealousy as well Set during the Second Boer War, London Roses is about loyalty, and how deep a person s loyalty truly lies Praise for Dora Greenwell McChesney A striking and powerful story Standard Dora Greenwell McChesney d 1912 was an American historical novelist, noted for her heroes defending lost causes and a lifelong romance with the seventeenth century Born in Illinois, as a child she left America with her mother and resided across Europe before eventually settling in England, in a cottage on the Essex coast Albion Press is an imprint of Endeavour Press, the UK s leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb 1HweQV7 We are always interested in hearing from our readers Endeavour Press believes that the future is now.

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    1. Princess Fuzzypants here:Stephen and Thomas Fulford's friendship with Rhoda Comstock and her cousin is interrupted when Stephen leaves suddenly to go to war. When he leaves, there is a shadow of scandal that emerges and envelops his brother,Thomas. This one event will alter the futures of all four young people in ways none could imagine.The first half of the book is quite languid As the four get to know each other and feelings begin to stir, the pace is slow and easy. Once Stephen goes to war an [...]

    2. London Roses by Dora Greenwell McChesney, first published in 1903, follows the stories of a group of people who meet in the Manuscript Room at the British Museum. Rhoda Comstock is a young American woman who has come to London to stay with her English cousin, Una Thorpe, and the two strike up a friendship one day with journalist Stephen Fulford and his brother Thomas, getting together to discuss their research and to engage in lighthearted debate about the differences between life in Britain and [...]

    3. The story opens in the manuscript room of the British Library at the time of the Second Boer War.Unfortunately for me, Boer (or bore) is the operative word here as the story rambles on without really getting to the point or setting up the story, despite an interesting premise. Failed to ignite any spark of interest. I note others persevered and commented that the story seemed to improve - but not quite soon enough for me.

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