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I'm actually reading that at the moment, Elder! :D

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Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte -another Bronte masterpiece.
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The Twelve and the Genii - Pauline Clarke - (another story featuring the toy soldiers which had belonged to the Brontes.)


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Five Dolls in a House - Hilary Clare (more toys, and the same author under a different name)


(Helen Clare, not Hilary! Don't know if Hilary reads this board, but she'd be amused if she does)

The High House -Honor Arundel


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ivohenry wrote:
abbeybufo wrote:
Five Dolls in a House - Hilary Clare (more toys, and the same author under a different name)


(Helen Clare, not Hilary! Don't know if Hilary reads this board, but she'd be amused if she does)

The High House -Honor Arundel


Dhurr! I'm always getting that one mixed up as I know Hilary...don't think she's on here, BTW

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 Post subject: Re: Book Links - the nexte fitte
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Goodness, I never knew Fanny Cradock was a novelist - only knew of her as one half of the cookery writers Bon Viveur!

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I don't think they were that good, and possibly ghost-written to boot

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