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ePub The Wind From The Sea download
Author:
Constance Heaven
ISBN13:
978-0749311223
ISBN:
0749311223
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Publisher:
Mandarin; New Ed edition (1998)
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Subcategory:
British & Irish
ePub file:
1662 kb
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1711 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
177

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A beautiful tale of romance entertwined with historical events of post revolutionary France. I could not put down this book. 3 people found this helpful.

Constance Christina Aimee Heaven (née Fecher; 6 August 1911 – 12 April 1995) was a British writer of romance novels, under her maiden name, her married name and under the pseudonym Christina Merlin. In 1973, her novel The House Of Kuragin was the Winner of the Romantic Novel of the Year. She was the eleventh elected Chairman (1981–1983) of the Romantic Novelists' Association.

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5 Winds Blowing Seaward. After he had taken enough minnows to appease his hunger he wheeled up from the water with half a dozen flapping wing beats and circled the island. Book 2 The Gull’s Way. 6 Migrants of the Spring Sea. 7 Birth of a Mackerel. 8 Hunters of the Plankton. 11 Indian Summer of the Sea. 12 Seine Haul. Book 3 River and Sea. 13 Journey to the Sea. 14 Winter Haven. As he soared above the marshy eastern end schools of killifish moved beneath him through the forests of sea hay, but they were safe from the skimmer, whose wingspread was too great to allow him to fly among the clumps of grass.

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She was able to infiltrate the squad and made an attempt to get Evan Walker but she was stopped and killed by Sam Sullivan. When Ringer was re-captured and brought before Vosch, he told Ringer that she would be returning to her squad along with Constance.

Escaping the turmoil of Paris during the French Revolution and fleeing to England, Isabelle deSauvigny encounter new perils of the heart, and her brother, Guy, becomes involved in risky smuggling raids across the Channel.
  • Agreed 100%. This book has it all - suspensful, good flow, likeable characters and a satisfactory ending. This is the better of all her books I have read so far.

  • A beautiful tale of romance entertwined with historical events of post revolutionary France. I could not put down this book.