The Varleigh Medallion

The Varleigh Medallion When Little Theodore Mallory Inherited Garth House From An Aged And Distant Relative, It Seemed To His Eldest Sister, Dione, The Answer To Many Problems Against All Advice, She Persuaded Her Widowed Mother To Remove The Family From The Luxurious London Home Where They Were Living On The Charity Of Rich Relations And To Set Up House At Their Newly Acquired Property In The CountryBut Garth House Was Not Quite What Dione Had Expected And Though She Possessed A Happy Facility For Making The Best Of Things, She Would Have Found It Difficult Without The Encouragement And Advice Of Their Neighbor, Sir Greydon Varleigh, With Whom She Struck Up A Prompt And Satisfying FriendshipSir Greydon, However, Had Problems Of His Own, Not The Least Of Which Were A Match Making Grandmother And The Missing Varleigh Medallion, A Priceless HeirloomWhat Sir Greydon Wasn T Prepared For Was Dione

June Sylvia Thimblethorpe was born in 1926 in London, England Educated in London at a school in Brondesbury, Kilburn High School for Girls, Slade School of Fine Arts, and University College She worked as secretary from 1949 to 1952 and later she worked as school teacher.As Sylvia Thorpe, she wrote over 25 historical romance novels from 1950 to 1983 Her novel The Scapegrace 1971 won the Eliz

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  • The Varleigh Medallion
  • Sylvia Thorpe
  • 07 September 2019
  • 9780091363000

10 thoughts on “The Varleigh Medallion

  1. says:

    Typical regency romance with an added element of gothic suspense The first part was quite good, mostly because it had to do with the inheritance of a 16th century house me and my old English house obsession.The final chapters were a little spotty and uneven and could have used about 20 pages to wrap everything up better That said, if you enjoy clean regency romances with a tiny gothic element, this offering by Thorpe should fit the bill.

  2. says:

    Pleasant Georgian romance A strong minded and believable heroine, and a good plot although the minor characters are rather flat Enjoyable reading on the whole.

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