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Author:
Malcolm MacDonald
ISBN13:
978-0727880611
ISBN:
0727880616
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Publisher:
Severn House Publishers (October 1, 2011)
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Genre Fiction
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1287 kb
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1729 kb
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Rating:
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Series: A Felix Breit Novel (Book 1). Paperback: 256 pages. Publisher: Severn House Publishers (May 1, 2012).

A concentration camp survivor, noted sculptor Felix Breit, arrives in London, hoping to rebuild his life and career.

Daughter of the wealthy and storied Stevenson family, Abigail Stevenson should have been a creature of unawakened innocence. But one fateful day she tricks her maid, Annie, into telling her the facts of life, and soon Abigail comes to realize that the same shocking secret can be a glorious and life-enhancing mystery. A concentration camp survivor, noted sculptor Felix Breit, arrives in London, hoping to rebuild his life and career.

The wartime years had left them battered and smutty ts grimy window Felix could just make out Faith in the last compartment of the last carriage – Ladies Only, No Smoking. He whistled and waved

You can read book The Dower House by Malcolm Macdonald in our library for absolutely free. The wartime years had left them battered and smutty ts grimy window Felix could just make out Faith in the last compartment of the last carriage – Ladies Only, No Smoking. He whistled and waved. She sat up with a jolt, grabbed her bag, and made it to the platform just as the guard blew his whistle and leaped aboard the caboose – n. .the guard’s van – at the tail. She laughed across the five or six yards that separated them. That was a bit of luck – spotting you!’

A concentration camp survivor, noted sculptor Felix Breit, arrives in London, hoping to rebuild his life and career. His opportunity comes when two English architects invite him to join a community they are creating at the Dower House, a Georgian country house in Hertfordshire. He is soon joined by Faith Bullen-Ffitch, an ambitious young publisher, but as the house fills with families, Felix realises he has fallen for Angela Wirth, a fellow camp survivor.

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Felix Breit was a noted sculptor in the 1930s but, as a "quarter-Jew" in the Nazi stereotype, he was arrested in Paris in 1942. The Gestapo always intended to release him - after the scandal had filled the papers and distracted the public from other mass arrests

Felix Breit was a noted sculptor in the 1930s but, as a "quarter-Jew" in the Nazi stereotype, he was arrested in Paris in 1942. The Gestapo always intended to release him - after the scandal had filled the papers and distracted the public from other mass arrests. But Felix went on the run until re-arrested and sent to Mauthausen death camp. There he was put on a dietary experiment that enabled him to survive, although he had severe TB by liberation day, when he was carried out on a stretcher

Malcolm John MacDonald OM PC (17 August 1901 – 11 January 1981) was a British politician and diplomat. MacDonald was the son of former Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and Margaret MacDonald. Like his father, he was born in Lossiemouth, Moray.

Malcolm John MacDonald OM PC (17 August 1901 – 11 January 1981) was a British politician and diplomat. He was initially a Labour Member of Parliament (MP), but in 1931 he joined his father to break with the party and join the National Government and was consequently expelled from the Labour Party. He was educated at Bedales School and Queen's College, Oxford.

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From war-torn Europe they came to Britain, yearning to start a new life. Together, they found it. - Spring, 1947. A concentration camp survivor, noted sculptor Felix Breit, arrives in London, hoping to rebuild his life and career. His opportunity comes when two English architects invite him to join a community they are creating at the Dower House, a Georgian country house in Hertfordshire. He is soon joined by Faith Bullen-Ffitch, an ambitious young publisher, but as the house fills with families, Felix realises he has fallen for Angela Wirth, a fellow camp survivor. But dare they ever admit their love, knowing the horrors in their pasts?

 

  • Very good story, well told. This author does a good job with period stories - undoubtedly does copious historic research and is able to put in details that enhance the telling of the story and are authentic. His characterizations and dialogue are good. I have read and enjoyed several of his other series as well.

  • Disappointing, dragging book. Not much to say about this book since it did not meet Macdonald's other delightful reads. Boring.

  • I could not get very far with this book, gave up after a few chapters. Was not good at all and cannot believe it is by the same author as

    "The Stevenson Family Saga" books which I read all four and wish there were more.