Returning to America after many years in England, Edward and Edith Mason and their two sons take up residence at The Retreat, the old family estate on the Chesapeake Bay, where the members of the family drift irrevocably toward tragedy on the eve of World War II. Reader's Guide included. Reprint. 12,000 first printing.
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Review: Mason's Retreat: A NovelUser Review - Todd Spear - Goodreads
The historical context was well done; but I could have done without the sex scenes, which were unnecessary. Overall, disappointing Read full review
Review: Mason's Retreat: A NovelUser Review - Janet E. - Goodreads
This was based on the history of a dysfunctional plantation family on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The writing is enjoyable as are most of the characters. Edward Mason. the head of the family ... Read full review