There wouldn't be any trouble if only you had a wife, ' Lady Boynton had said. To mild-mannered Gervaise this was a new idea and the longer he thought about it, the more delightful it seemed...But Flavia Cameron was not what Lady Boynton had in mind. Impossibly young, with a musical talent that could have been heard in concert halls around the world, Flavia was beautiful and sparkling and she swept the Upper Fourth off their feet. Until Uncle Ben Forbes arrived, with a father whose dark wounded eyes unleashed a reaction in Flavia that she didn't know existed, throwing her life and everybody elses into turmoil.
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Born and brought up at Eton where her father was a housemaster, Mary Sheepshanks began writing as a child and had her first poem published in the Sunday Times at the age of seventeen. She married the headmaster of Sunningdale School while still a very young woman and they ran the school together until 1967 when she and her husband moved up to take over the family estate in Yorkshire. Mary Sheepshanks has three children and a host of grandchildren, one of whom refers to her as his 'wild writing Granny'. Facing the Music is Mary Sheepshanks' second novel. Her first novel A Price for Everything is also available from Arrow.
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Book Description Arrow Books Ltd, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110099468018
Book Description Arrow Books Ltd. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0099468018 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.0039375