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De dochters van Cavendon Hall

Barbara Taylor Bradford (author), Monique De Vré (translator)
Het is 1913. Het leven van de aristocratische Inghams staat op het punt om voorgoed te veranderen. Maar niet alleen dat van hen: ook de familie Swann, van wie het lot al honderdzestig jaar onlosmakelijk met dat van de Inghams is verbonden, staat op een keerpunt… Deel 1 Charles Ingham, de zesde graaf van Mowbray, zijn vrouw Felicity en hun zes kinderen: Guy, de erfgenaam die in Cambridge studeert;
Title
De dochters van Cavendon Hall
Author
Barbara Taylor Bradford
Translator
Monique De Vré
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Cavendon Hall
Publisher
[Amsterdam]: HarperCollins, 2016
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789402750225
CloudLibrary
3tk81z9

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About Barbara Taylor Bradford

Barbara Taylor Bradford (born 10 May 1933) is a best-selling British-American novelist. Her debut novel, A Woman of Substance, was published in 1979 and has sold over 30 million copies worldwide. To date, she has written 35 novels—all bestsellers on both sides of the Atlantic.

Biography

Barbara Taylor was born in Leeds, Yorkshire, England to Freda and Winston Taylor. Before her birth, her parents had had a son, Vivian, who died of meningitis. She would later describe her mother as having "put all her frustrated love into me." Winston Taylor was an engineer who had lost a leg serving in the First World War.

She would later fictionalise her parent's marriage in her 1986 novel, An Act of Will. She and fellow Yorkshire writer Alan Bennett attended the same nursery school in the Leeds suburb of Upper Armley. As a child during the Second World War Taylor Bradford held a jumble sale a…Read more on Wikipedia

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