CHILD OF MUSIC First published in 1970 by Mills flung down a pile of books and, as she went to help herself to the rather weak coffee provided . First published in 1970 by Mills & Boon Limited
First published in 1970 by Mills & Boon Limited, 17 - 19 Foley Street, London, England.
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But as one of them proved to be Julia Morton, she called on all her powers of self-control, smiled sweetly and contrived to say all the right things.
But as one of them proved to be Julia Morton, she called on all her powers of self-control, smiled sweetly and contrived to say all the right things s, Felicity remembered, the other person Stephen Tarkman had originally proposed to bring with him to the ill-fated school concert
Mary Burchell’s 1970 Child Of Music is the Warrender Saga’s fifth book.
Mary Burchell’s 1970 Child Of Music is the Warrender Saga’s fifth book. And this is as evident in Child Of Music as any other Burchell romance. Burchell’s heroine, Felicity Grainger, is a music teacher with a child prodigy-student in eleven-year-old Janet Morton, orphan and violinist, overshadowed by a hateful aunt. Mary Burchell’s 1970 Child Of Music is the Warrender Saga’s fifth book.
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Nicola had grown accustomed to being the 'poor relation' of the Round family. They had adopted her when she was orphaned, and been casually kind to her ever since - then dismissed her, equally kindly, as a nobody. Still, her cousins were exceptionally pretty and talented, while Nicola herself had nothing to commend her but a plain face and a nice nature.
1971) (The fifth book in the Warrender series) A novel by Mary Burchell. November 1971 : UK Paperback. Felicity Grainger had not liked Stephen Tarkman of the Tarkman MusicalFoundation when she had once sat next to him at a dinner party. He had theair, she felt, of a man who wields power and enjoys the fact and she hadrather made plain her dislike. Then she found she must go to Stephen and tryto persuade him to accept one of her pupils for the Foundation. Similar books by other authors.
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