Stealing the Bride

Stealing the Bride

Large Print - 2003
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This book is a history of prohibition, including the Eighteenth Amendment and the repeal of prohibition with the Twenty-First Amendment. Read about bootlegging and gangsters during the Prohibition Era. This book was created and put into distribution by a team of dedicated editors using open source and proprietary publishing tools. One of the advantages to the way we publish books is that our content is up to date and written by dedicated subject matter experts from all over the world. By adding a layer of screening and curatorial attention to this material, we are able to offer a book that is relevant, informative and unique.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2003.
ISBN: 9780786259755
Branch Call Number: LP F Boyl
Characteristics: p. cm.


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Jul 07, 2012

Third in the Danvers family series, this book's hero isTemple (the Marquis of Templeton) the cousin of Robert and Colin Danvers from the first two novels. Temple and Lady Diana Fordham, the former betrothed of Colin Danvers, have a love story 13 years in the making and it takes a race to Scotland to protect Diana from would-be suitors to force Temple to declare his heart.


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