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The Phoenix /

The Phoenix /
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Reserve
R2561111 F HARR
Adult Fiction   Tura . On Loan . 13 Apr 2023
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ISBN 9780751549911 (hardback)
Shelf Location F HARR
Author Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia, author
Title The Phoenix / Cynthia Harrod-Eagles.
Production/Publication data London : Sphere, 2013.
Physical Description 583 pages : genealogical tables ; 22 cm.
Carrier Type volume
Series The Morland Dynasty 35
Summary Note It is 1931 and the world is still reeling from the aftermath of the Wall Street Crash. Polly Morland has returned to Morland Place, saving it from financial ruin. Her plans to change things are met with resistance, however, and she must prove her mettle in a man's world. Jack, war hero and family man, knows that he must make a change for the sake of those he holds dear so when an opportunity arises that would take him back to York, he seizes it with both hands. In London, Robert is bored with his office job and seeks something grander. Fatherless and dealing with the repercussions of his family's bankruptcy, he must make his own way now that he has been left to the mercy of the world. His sister Charlotte, also frustrated with her life and sure that she will never receive an offer of marriage, longs for something different as well. As the years roll by, the threat of another war hangs in the air and when King Edward VIII takes to the throne, things seem to be on the brink of change once more. But like a phoenix rising up from the ashes, the Morlands prove yet again that they will emerge from whatever they must face stronger than ever before.
Subject Historical fiction
Morland family (Fictitious characters) -- Fiction
Subject (Geographic) Great Britain -- History -- -- Edward VIII, 1936 --
Great Britain -- History -- -- George V, 1910-1936 --
Genre Family saga fiction
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