Rape of the Fair Country - Alexander Cordell Reviews
Description:ISBN 1872730159 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Alexander Cordell / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 1998-05 by ... more
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Genre: Fictitious drama based on true history Author: Alexander Cordell, who also wrote to more book in this series, 'Hosts of Rebecca,' and 'Song of the Earth,' as well as many others. Publisher: Blorenge Books, Abergavenny. Year it was published: 1959- its an oldie but transcends to modern life, reflecting on the struggles faced at the time. Plot Summary: Set in 1826, this book is about the trying times in which the welsh struggled under the command of cruel English Ironmasters. The book follows the Mortymer family through a great number of years in which they experience marriage, death, birth, true ... Read the complete review
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