An edition of All this, and heaven too (1938)

All this and heaven too

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An edition of All this, and heaven too (1938)

All this and heaven too

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Henriette Deluzy-Despartes accepts a position in the unhappy household of the Duc de Praslin. His malicious wife becomes insanely jealous of a romantic attachment between the two and when she is found murdered, the alleged lovers are accused.

Publish Date
Publisher
Collins
Language
English
Pages
448

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Cover of: All this and heaven too
All this and heaven too
1987, Collins
in English
Cover of: All this,and heaven too
All this,and heaven too
1983, Chivers
in English
Cover of: All this, and heaven too
All this, and heaven too
1938, The Macmillan Company
in English

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Published in

London

Edition Notes

Originally published: New York : Macmillan Co., 1938.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
[Fic]

The Physical Object

Pagination
448 pages
Number of pages
448

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL32973452M
Internet Archive
allthisheaventoo0000fiel
ISBN 10
0002210126
ISBN 13
9780002210126
OCLC/WorldCat
17965026

Work Description

This number-one bestselling novel is based on the true story of one of the most notorious murder cases in French history. The heroine, Henriette Deluzy-Desportes, governess to the children of the Duc de Praslin, found herself strangely drawn to her employer; when the Duc murdered his wife in the most savage fashion, she had to plead her own case before the Chancellor of France in a sensational murder trial that helped bring down the French king. After winning her freedom, Henriette took refuge in America, where she hosted a salon visited by all the socialites of New York and New England. This thrilling historical romance, full of passion, mystery, and intrigue, has laid claim to the hearts and minds of readers for generations.

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