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by Nancy Buckingham
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Romantic Suspense
  • Author:
    Nancy Buckingham
  • ISBN:
    0860092976
  • ISBN13:
    978-0860092971
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Magna Large Print Books; Large Print Ed edition (February 1981)
  • Pages:
    350 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Romantic Suspense
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  • FB2 format
    1200 kb
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    1935 kb
  • DJVU format
    1161 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    534
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Nancy Buckingham’s most popular book is Valley of the Ravens. Valley of the Ravens by. Nancy Buckingham.

About Nancy Buckingham: Nancy Jean Buckingham was born on 10 August 1924 in Bristol, England, U. They formed one of the most popular writting-team marriage. The first books published under her maiden name Nancy Buckingham since 1967, are classical gothic novels.

About Nancy Buckingham: Nancy Jean Buckingham was born on 10 August 1924 in Bristol, England, UK. In 1949, she married John Sawyer, born on 4 October 19. . In 1970s, they started to used the pseudonyms: Christina Abbey and Erica Quest. In 1980, they sold her first novels to Silhouette, and they mixed their names to create the penname Nancy John. They also published one novel as Hilary London.

Gothic Romance by Nancy Buckingham; originally published by Hawthorn Books. By first post next morning the letter from Farracombe arrived, bearing the Lefevre insignia-a pair of ravens volant. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Belgrave HouseReleased: Apr 1, 1973ISBN: 9781610847834Format: book. carousel previous carousel next. But it was not from Joshua Lefevre, as I had expected; it was from his son, my second-cousin Jerome. He assured Papa that naturally there would always be a home for Sarah at Farracombe Court.

Obeying her fathers deathbed wish, Sarah returns to live at the family mansion on Exmoor in Devon. Gothic Romance by Nancy Buckingham; originally published by Hawthorn Books.

Nancy Jean Buckingham Sawyer (born 10 August 1924) is a British writer who co-authored over 45 gothic and romance novels in collaboration with her husband, John Sawyer (4 October 1919–1992). She became the eighth elected Chairman (1975–1977) of the Romantic Novelists' Association, and is now one of its vice-presidents. Buckingham was born in Bristol, England, United Kingdom. In 1949 she married John Sawyer and they had a son and a daughter, David and Helen.

Valley of the ravens. by. Buckingham, Nancy. New York, Hawthorn Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

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Published 1981 by Magna in Bolton-by-Bowland (Lancs). Obeying her father’s deathbed wish, Sarah returns to live at the family mansion on Exmoor in Devon. Gothic romance, In library, Fiction in English, Protected DAISY. She faces hostility, it being believed that her sister Felicity had eloped with the coachman’s son after stealing jewellery. Desperate to clear her sister’s name, Sarah finds that only her second-cousin Jerome is sympathetic.

Nancy J. Buckingham Sawyer (born 10 August 1924) is a British writer who co-authored over 45 gothic and romance novels i.Buckingham became the eighth elected Chairman of the


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Sarah, an attractive nineteen year old girl, promised her dying father that she would return to her childhood home, Farracombe manor, upon his death. Sarah's only living relatives resided in the manor in Exmoor, but since her own family's removal from the home five years earlier had not been a pleasant one, she had ambivalent feelings about returning. She discovers that there are many dark mysteries and much danger waiting for her at Farracombe.

This deliciously stereotypical gothic romance featuring a sweet but feisty heroine, and a dark brooding hero, comes complete with stolen valuables, poisonings, and, of course, creepy ravens. The satisfactory ending neatly wrapped up any loose ends. A quick, enjoyable read for fans of gothic romance novels set in historical England.

If you are lucky enough to find a hardcover edition with a dust jacket, you will be treated to a wonderfully dark illustration by Charles Geer.
Doomblade
Sarah, is only nineteen years old girl when her father died after making her promise him that she would return to Farracombe, her ancestral home. He had been estranged from other members of his family for many years and that estrangement has extended itself to Sarah so that she also has had no contact with the family members who lived at Farracombe. It was her father's dying wish that Sarah would move back to Farracombe and somehow reestablish a relationship between her and the rest of their family.

This book has all the "gothic" elements from the tortured hero with a mad, invalid, vicious and vindictive wife, to the always smiling villain who is not at all what he claims to be, to the creepy old woman who has secrets she's not revealing and who keeps giving the heroine subtle and veiled threats that she needs to get away from Farracombe. And always in the background are the ravens whose presence is menacing and who seem to predict doom.

It only took me about three hours to read this book and I'm glad because once I started reading it, I could not stop until I finished it. If you enjoyed the old gothic romances (you know, the ones with the cover that shows the girl running and looking over her shoulder at the gloomy looking old house or castle that is in the background of the cover ... the type written by Phyllis Whitney, Mary Stewart, or Victoria Holt) I think you will really enjoy this book.