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Green and Pleasant Land
In this emotional sequel to Tomorrow, Jerusalem, the WWI has ended, the Roaring Twenties are dawning, and three women’s lives are about to change . . .
Rachel Patten is an undoubted beauty, yet the only man she wants is the one who rejects her. But then rebellion takes her across strict class boundaries into the arms of her gamekeeper, Gideon Best . . .
Daphne Underscar—plain, gauche, but far from stupid—knows full well that the ambitious Toby Smith married her for money. With love, and with courage, she is prepared to gamble her own happiness on the hope of a more fulfilling relationship.
Meanwhile Philippa Van Damme has led a sheltered life, her childhood severed abruptly by a wrenching bereavement. Thrust headlong into an unstable post-war world, her hopes of a future with Hugo Fellafield are dashed by familial discord, and the threat of political scandal.
From industrial London to the tropical landscape of Madeira, Green and Pleasant Land follows the three women in a triumphant sequel to Tomorrow, Jerusalem. Perfect for fans of Julia Quinn and Victoria Hislop.
Praise for the writing of Teresa Crane
“A writer of great skill and vitality.” —Sarah Harrison, author of The Flowers of the Field
“A wonderful storyteller.” —Daily Mail
“A tale to take you out of yourself.” —Driffield Post
“A well-written book with believable characters and an original and dramatic storyline.” —Historical Novel Review
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