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Elizabeth Thornton
Birth date: January 24, 1940
Died: July 12, 2010
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Ilze rated it 4 years ago
Elizabeth Thornton has been a hit-and-miss author for me, with the misses probably exceeding the hits. But this book is definitely a hit. Mrs. Jo Chesney is a widow who has taken over her late husband's weekly newspaper and turned it into a going concern. A popular column in the weekly is "Lady T...
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Harbinger of Books rated it 5 years ago
Sister Martha is living in a convent where she is a postulant. Her Mother Superior thinks Sister Martha is one of the hardest working nuns she has ever met but there is a small complication of Sister Martha having no idea of who she is or where she came from. Then one night Sister Martha gets an ima...
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The More I Read. . . rated it 6 years ago
It isn't often that I've pitched a book against a wall in frustration, disgust, and/or horror but Fallen Angel by Elizabeth Thornton holds that distinction. First of all, Jason Verney, Viscount Deveryn, abhors"clever" women. He's already ditched one paramour, Mollie Drake, because she had the teme...
Ilze rated it 7 years ago
Just dreadful. Its only redeeming feature is the background of the French revolution and counter-revolution of the late 18th century. Otherwise, none of the characters, including the "hero" and "heroine", are in any way appealing or sympathetic, and several of them, including the 18-year-old main fe...
misfitandmom rated it 7 years ago
From the book description:As the granddaughter of a highly placed French diplomat Gabrielle de Brienne was a valuable political pawn. She was also the same Gabrielle who as a child had inadvertently taken from Cam Colburne, Duke of Dyson, the two people he loved best in the world. The handsome noble...
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