We'll Meet Again - Philippa Carr Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Phillipa Carr / ISBN: 9780007841455 / Publication Date: 1994 / Publisher: HarperCollins
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Review of 'We'll Meet Again' a novel by Philippa Carr. I am reviewing the paperback version of this novel. Publisher Harper Collins, 302 pages, ISBN 9780007841455, cover price £6.99, genre:- Fiction. ~~The Plot~~ Set in England during the Second World War, the story follows the fortunes of sisters Violetta Denver and Dorabella Tregarland. They live in Cornwall where Violetta's fiancé Jowan Jermyn is the heir to the Jermyn Priory estate. Jermyn has joined the Army and is serving abroad. Dorabella is a widow, she has a chequered past, having left her husband and baby son to run away to France with Jacques, an artist. Dorabella had ... Read the complete review
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