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Like Georgette Heyer, her style is fluid, supple. There are no sex scenes, no violence, no negative and troubled roles. Great story of romance, entrigue. com User, November 18, 2008. I read the condensed version of this story in a Reader's Digest Condensed Book. Martin Cox a young man is a stone mason working for his father, Rufus Cox. Through an arrangement between Martin's father and John Tarrant, a customer of Mr. Cox, Martin is tutored by the Mr. Tarrant's older daughter, Katherine. She helps him improve his speach and refine his manners.
Start by marking The Old House at Railes as Want to Read . I have to keep reading Mary Pearce! Her stories are rich with characters and life. I feel that she can describe human feelings, good and bad accurately.
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Items related to The Old House at Railes. Humiliated, he leaves for America and seems to have disappeared for good. Mary Emily Pearce The Old House at Railes. ISBN 13: 9780312105143. Three years later, though, the happy household is destroyed when Charles returns-wilder than ever. Still, there's a discreetly happy ending. Set to the rhythm of the looms and the pounding excitement of enterprise: a comfortable tale, at a country pace, of virtue rewarded and gentle pleasures.
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The Old House at Railes. Mary E. Pearce's career began with the appearance of short stories in magazines and has led to the publication of nine highly successful novels.
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