Free eBook Magic Landscapes: an Omnibus download
by Mary Wesley
Author: Mary Wesley
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co; New Ed edition (December 1988)
Category: Imaginative Literature
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Magic Landscapes book. Contents: Haphazard House, first published 1983. Speaking terms, first.
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Mary Wesley, CBE (24 June 1912 – 30 December 2002) was an English novelist. During her career, she was one of Britain's most successful novelists, selling three million copies of her books, including ten bestsellers in the last twenty years of her life. Mary Aline Mynors Farmar was born in Englefield Green, Surrey, the third child of Colonel Harold Mynors Farmer and his wife Violet née Dalby. As a child, she had 16 governesses.
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Mary Wesley's bestselling final novel is a heartrending, beautifully told story of a woman who discovers her self-worth-and finds unexpected love. Caught in the middle of an air raid, seventeen-year-old Juno Marlowe is rescued by a frail, elegantly dressed man. His name is Evelyn Copplestone, and he offers Juno shelter and a letter of introduction to his family's Cornwall estate.
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Miss Mary, very unwisely, insisted on giving him the wing of the chicken, in spite of all my attempts to prevent her. I remember that I had a moment's vexation when I thought that, instead of enjoying the sun, and the air, and the woods, we were all engaged in wrangling over the diet of a spoilt boy. But, after lunch, he was a little less in evidence. But to me the mere thought that a tree is convertible into cash is disgusting. I see no reason," I observed politely, "to despise the gifts of Nature, because they are of value.