Mermaid's Ground Best Read || [Alice Marlow], Mermaid's Ground, Alice Marlow, Mermaid s Ground Kate Williams causes tongues to wag when she takes in a black man as a lodger She also offends her lover Justin but the new arrangement means she can afford a washing machine and has the company of an intelligent man When she finally discovers that Justin is a cad she has already fallen for her lodger but will things go to plan Mermaid's Ground Best Read || [Alice Marlow] - Mermaid's Ground, Mermaid s Ground Kate Williams causes tongues to wag when she takes in a black man as a lodger She also offends her lover Justin but the new arrangement means she can afford a washing machine and has the company of a

  • Title: Mermaid's Ground
  • Author: Alice Marlow
  • ISBN: 9780708940761
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Hardcover

Mermaid's Ground Best Read || [Alice Marlow] Mermaid's Ground Best Read || [Alice Marlow] - Mermaid's Ground, Mermaid s Ground Kate Williams causes tongues to wag when she takes in a black man as a lodger She also offends her lover Justin but the new arrangement means she can afford a washing machine and has the company of a

  • Mermaid's Ground Best Read || [Alice Marlow]
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About "Alice Marlow"

  1. Alice Marlow

    Using a pseudonym, Alice Marlow, the author also wrote under her maiden name, Pamela Belle She wrote her first book at the age of twelve and having visited the site of a lovely Elizabethan manor house called Rushbrooke and observing the bare, moated island which was all that was left, she wanted to bring Rushbrooke back and chose to do so in print.Over the next few years The Epic , as it became known, grew and grew Belle drew up a huge family tree and a plan of the house very like Rushbrooke.Married and a teacher of a class of six year olds, she wrote in longhand and, while publishers made encouraging noises, no one was prepared to risk publishing a large book by an unknown author Eventually the agent Vivienne Schuster was wonderfully enthusiastic about it and found a publisher The Moon in the Water and its two sequels were published in the UK and the USA with considerable success.

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  1. MERMAID S GROUND, one of two books written by Alice Marlow aka Pamela Belle, referred to a strip of land between the heroine s home and her lover s A source of unease, Kate Williams yearned to develop the property into a plant nursery but Justin Spencer, her inamorato and the owner of the tract, thought her composure with this idea wasn t serious and dismissed her opinions This irked Kate and, than once, made her wonder just how important she was in Justin s life.This was an oddly muted novel a [...]


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