The Last of the Logans

eBook: The Last of the Logans

Sprache - Englisch

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In The Historical Romance series, a set of stand-alone novels, Vivian Stuart builds her compelling narratives around the dramatic lives of sea captains, nurses, surgeons, and members of the aristocracy.
Stuart takes us back to the societies of the 20th century, drawing on her own experience of places across Australia, India, East Asia, and the Middle East. 
For the first time in the long history of the Chisholms of Logan, headship of the family was to pass out of the direct line, and the proud Logan title belong to a young man who had been born and had lived all his life in Australia.
Johnny Chisholm, last of the Logans, was a boundary rider on an Australian sheep station until he returned to the Highland home of his ancestors. It was, perhaps, to be expected that he found no welcome awaiting him when he came to claim his inheritance.
There were, however, two women waiting for him: Elizabeth Anson, who had once refused to marry him, and his cousin Fiona, who from the start had bitterly resented his coming. Would either of them change her attitude?

Über den Autor

Vivian Stuart was a British writer and during her writing career she had more than 70 books published in Australia, USA and the UK.
Born in Berkshire in England, she spent most of her youth in Burma and India, and later lived in Hungary and Australia. During WWII, she served in the Women's Unit attached to the Indian Army; she is the holder of the Burma Star.
At the age of thirty-five she began to write romantic fiction but soon devoted her attention to military and historical novels.
From the warp and woof of what we call history, she has told the story of ordinary people living under the shadow of an appalling disaster, so that other ordinary people may read it with understanding, interest, and enjoyment and, perhaps, a few tears.

Produkt Details

Verlag: Skinnbok

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Sprache: English

Umfang: 200 Seiten

Größe: 687,3 KB

ISBN: 9789979644743