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1987) A novel by Caroline Bridgwood. The Steins of Graylings and the Steeles of Heathcote, two families entwined by love and revenge, struggle to survive as the outbreak of World War II threatens to shatter their bonds of loyalty Genre: General Fiction. Used availability for Caroline Bridgwood's The Dew of Heaven. April 1990 : USA Paperback.
by Caroline Bridgwood. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781557733337.
Author of Too Much, Too Young, Trespasses, The Dew of Heaven, This Wicked Generation, Magnolia Gardens, The Macken wives, Magnolia Gardens. This Wicked Generation.
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Author: Caroline Bridgwood
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Pan Books; Reprint edition (1987)
Pages: 336 pages
ePUB size: 1778 kb
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