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1 Eden, Dorothy Speak to Me of Love
New York Coward, McCann, & Geoghegan, Inc. 1972 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 

Spine slightly slanted, corners bumped, slight edge wear, book plate on front end paper. Jacket shows minor edge wear and chipping, a little rubbing. An attractive copy.

"From the first time she set eyes on Overton House and on the brilliantly handsome young master, William Overton, Beatrice Bonnington was in thrall. In fact, it was sometimes difficult for her to distinguish which one she had fallen in love with first. But though the scion of a distinguished English family might be bought, neither he nor his peers could be forced to accept the daughter of a tradesman, despite the burgeoning success of Bonnington's Emporium in the Bayswater Road, the rival-nay, the equal- of Selfridge's and Liberty's. Wed her he might, but love her William could not seem to do. As he pursued his own pleasures more openly-frequent trips abroad, liaisons with the reigning beauties of the day - Beatrice sought refuge at Bonnington's There she found the sense of importance eluded her among the haughty aristocrats who attended her glittering balls at Overton House and mocked her maliciously behind their fans. There "Queen Bea" wielded a real and heady power build at Bonnington's an empire that was as opulent reflection in microcosm of hat other monarch, Victoria's far-flung domain. For Bea, business became an opiate to dull the pain of William's failure as a husband and flight from her bed."; 7" - 9" Tall
Price: 5.95 USD

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2 Eden, Dorothy The Vines of Yarrabee
New York Coward-McCann, Inc 1969 Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket 

Spine slightly slanted, corners bumped, slight edge wear, decorative bookplate on front end paper. Jackets shows a little edge wear and chipping. A fairly tight, attractive copy.

"It was her aristocratic beauty, her fine English breeding, and her impeccable social sense that first drew Gilbert to Eugenia, and made him think of her as the perfect mistress of Yarrabee, the great plantation and vineyard he had wrested from the wilderness of Australia. Though she is an unparalleled hostess, an understanding wife, and in time a splendid mother, Eugenia is appalled by many aspects of plantation life that her husband takes in enthusiastic stride. None of these is what a cultivated Englishwoman has been prepared to expect from life. "; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Price: 5.95 USD

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3 Eden, Dorothy Waiting for Willa
New York Coward-McCann, Inc 1970 First American Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket 

Spine slightly slanted, corners bumped, slight rubbing, decorative bookplate on front end paper. Jacket shows a little edge wear and rubbing, primarily to spine. A fairly tight, attractive copy.

"'Wilhemina' is the simple signature at the bottom of a letter from Willa Bedford, but to her cousin, Grace Asherton, it has ominous overtones. A nearly forgotten schoolgirl's game, it is the long-standing signal for alarm agreed upon long before Willa went to Stockholm to live. Grace takes the coded message seriously and wires her cousin that she is on her way. What follows is a perilous search through the fascinating night world of Stockholm. Romance, terror, and a succession of shocking surprises await Grace-and the reader- s the pieces in the puzzle gradually fit together. The work of a master storyteller, Waiting for Willa bristles with the kind of foreboding suspense Dorothy Eden's many readers have come to expect from her."; 7" - 9" Tall
Price: 5.95 USD

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4 Eden, Dorothy Winterwood
New York Coward-McCann, Inc 1967 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good in Good+ dust jacket 

Spine a bit slanted, corners bumped, a little edge wear, chipping, primarily to top and base of spine, bookplate on front end paper. Jacket shows some edge wear, some chipping esp. at base of spine. A nice copy.

"Pursued by memories of the scandalous trial that rocked London society and resulted in her temporary imprisonment, Lavinia Hurst has escaped, penniless to Venice. There she becomes acquainted with the Meryons-Daniel, the disturbingly handsome head of the family to whom she's immediately drawn, his vicious wife, Charlotte, their daughter, Flora, crippled by a tragic accident, and Lady Tameson, Charlotte's great-aunt, an ancient woman of enormous wealth who is obviously near death. Because Flora, a deeply troubled child, takes to Lavinia, Daniel Meryon employs her as his daughter's companion and takes her back to Winterwood, the family's lonely, isolated estate in England. When the dying Lady Tameson alter her will, disinheriting Charlotte and making Flora her heiress, Lavinia is terrified. Now not only her future (a family member hints he knows her secret) and her relationship with Daniel, but the life of the young girl she has come to love are in jeopardy."; 7" - 9" Tall
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