- Author:Susan P. Gates
- Publisher:Oxford University Press (March 1993)
- Pages:159 pages
- FB2 format1770 kb
- ePUB format1280 kb
- DJVU format1384 kb
- Formats:mbr doc azw mobi
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Deadline for Danny's Beach. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780192716965.
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She looked exceptionally pretty as she lay in her over-large bed in her firelit room, her blue eyes bright with an unnatural brilliance, a hectic pink color on her cheeks. more than anything else was the fact that she was so resentful because she was ill. And Sylvia Gaythorpe was on her mind all the time. She’s not really a bit like my mother, she said once, rather shrilly. Except that she’s got her hair-and her eyes! And that’s what attracts Uncle Richard.