Family Fortunes

Neufeld

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Family Fortunes
Details: ISBN: 0689118163 , Atheneum , 1988 . Book Condition: Fine Condition. Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Minor creases on front inside flap of dustjacket. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Drama & Sagas; ISBN: 0689118163. ISBN/EAN: 9780689118166. Inventory No: 09010315.
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FAMILY FORTUNES FAMILY FORTUNES

STAPLES M

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Bissell, Elaine

Details: St Martins Pr , 1985 . Hardcover. First Edition. Book Condition: VG. Jacket Condition: Very Good. Dust jacket edgeworn with nicks.
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Neufeld

Details: Atheneum , 1988 . Book Condition: Near Fine Condition. Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Size: 24 cm. 312 pages. Small chip on rear of dustjacket Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Drama & Sagas; ISBN: 0689118163. ISBN/EAN: 9780689118166. Inventory No: 10080280.
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Neufeld

Details: Scribner , 1988-01-27 . Hardcover. Book Condition: VG. Literature & Fiction. Very good in Very good dust jacket. First Edition.
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Shears, Sarah

Details: Pan , 1999 . Paperback. Book Condition: Good. 475 pages. 250 grams. This book is in good condition marked only by old pricing, in pencil, on first page. 'When Albert returned at the end of the First World War, his family welcomed him with open arms. So did Carrie, his young fiancee, who had waited patiently for him throughout the long difficult years. But Albert had been a prisoner of war and had suffered dreadful experiences. These were to affect his relationship with Carrie and with all those who came to the beautiful country farmhouse, Russets - a home that had always been a place of calm and comfort. In this sequel to Sarah Shear's The Village, we meet again teh inhabitants of Fairfields, and to follow their fortunes in a richly evocative novel of English country life at the end of the Great War.'
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