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The Love Child

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This edition published in by Herbert Jenkins

Written in English

255 pages

This story of a passionate love and a passionate hatred centers round the lives of four people; young and lovely Maxine, generous and impulsive in love as in life, who, at an early age, is aware of some evil influence from which she cannot escape; Nick, her lover--gay, handsome and equally impulsive, seeing the whole world through rose-colored glasses, and Lorely and Harry -- the housekeeper's daughter, and the man with a past he is trying to forget. Four people are caught in the grip of their own emotions, as into their quiet villiage the poison creeps. In their midst, living close to them, is the silent and sinister watcher, the anonymous letter-writer determined on destruction. Eleanor Burford's latest is a novel of thrills, passion and excitement, swiftly moving, gripping and enthralling from it's opening chapters to it's unexpected yet inevitable climax.

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The Love Child
1950, Herbert Jenkins
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This story of a passionate love and a passionate hatred centers round the lives of four people; young and lovely Maxine, generous and impulsive in love as in life, who, at an early age, is aware of some evil influence from which she cannot escape; Nick, her lover--gay, handsome and equally impulsive, seeing the whole world through rose-colored glasses, and Lorely and Harry -- the housekeeper's daughter, and the man with a past he is trying to forget. Four people are caught in the grip of their own emotions, as into their quiet villiage the poison creeps. In their midst, living close to them, is the silent and sinister watcher, the anonymous letter-writer determined on destruction. Eleanor Burford's latest is a novel of thrills, passion and excitement, swiftly moving, gripping and enthralling from it's opening chapters to it's unexpected yet inevitable climax.

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