Æ The Lorimer Line || ↠ PDF Download by ✓ Anne Melville


  • Title: The Lorimer Line
  • Author: Anne Melville
  • ISBN: 9781448203284
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback

  • Volume One of the dramatic saga of the Lorimer FamilyThe Lorimers are one of the richest and most powerful Bristol familiesWhen Margaret Lorimer, daughter of the autocratic chairman of Lorimer s Bank, asks her father if she can marry a comparatively humble young Scot, he does not put up the resistance she was expecting.Indeed, John Junius Lorimer has plans for David GreVolume One of the dramatic saga of the Lorimer FamilyThe Lorimers are one of the richest and most powerful Bristol familiesWhen Margaret Lorimer, daughter of the autocratic chairman of Lorimer s Bank, asks her father if she can marry a comparatively humble young Scot, he does not put up the resistance she was expecting.Indeed, John Junius Lorimer has plans for David Gregson which involve a dramatic change in his circumstances But John Junius s plans are complicated, and risky, than they seem on the surface.The Lorimer Line is the enthralling first volume in the sequence which chronicles the lives and fortunes of the Lorimer family from the 1870s to the 1940s.
    Anne Melville
    Margaret Edith Newman Potter aka Margaret Newman, Anne Betteridge, Margaret Potter, Anne Melville, Margaret Evans Margaret Edith Newman was born on 21 June 1926 in Harrow, Middlesex, London, England, UK, the eldest daughter of Marjory Edith Donald , a former teacher, and Bernard Newman, author of fiction and non fiction books and considered an authority on spies She had two sisters, Hilary Mrs Richard Hipkin and Lauriston Mrs Malcolm Norris She was educated at Harrow County School for Girls, from 1937 to 1944 and studied her Major scholar at St Hugh s College, Oxford form 1944 to 1947, she aslo earned her B.A in 1947 and her M.A in 1952 On 11 February 1950, she married Ronald Jeremy Potter, a publisher and later also published writer of mystery novels They had a daughter, Jocelyn, and a son, Jonathan.Before writing, she worked in various jobs, as teacher in Egypt and England, from 1947 to 1950 as editor at King s Messenger children s magazine in London, from 1950 to 1955 and as adviser at Citizen s Advice Bureau in Twickenham, Middlesex, from 1962 to 1970.On 1959, she published her first mystery novel, Murder to Music as Margaret Newman Her next novels were published under the pseudonym of Anne Betteridge, a tribute to her father s pseudonym Don Betteridge Under her married name, Margaret Potter, she published Children s fiction Under the pseudonym Anne Melville, she signed her historical novels since 1977 As Margaret Evans, she published two historical novels She continued publishing until her death.Widow since 15 November 1997, she died less than a year later on 26 August 1998 in Oxford, Oxfordshire.


    Commentaires:

    Mary Ronan Drew
    The Lorimer Line by Anne Melville is the first of six Lorimer novels by Anne Melville, a pseudonym for Margaret Potter (other pseudonyms are Ann Betteridge and Margaret Evans.) Her father was novelist Bernard Newman, whose best-known book was Spy, published in 1935.Melville (who was George Eliot's great-grandniece) wrote 55 novels, some of them mysteries and some of them for children. Originally published between 1977 and 1984 the Lorimer books are a family saga beginning in the early 19th centu [...]

    Andrea Stoeckel
    I love sagas: The Forsyth Saga, original Upstairs Downstairs, a Woman of Substance et This book introduces us to the Lorimers, one of the richesy familues in Bristol England. The series was originally written in the 70s and reissued as ebooks a few years ago. I got them after reading a post on a blog I follow. We meet the patriarch of the family:John Junis, and his children:Wiliam, Margaret and Ralph. However, a lot of this book is through the eyes of Margaret. It shows the beliefs and mores of [...]

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