The Rose & Crown

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Bethlehem Books, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 199 pages
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Melisande, a girl with actors' blood in her veins, finds life dreary; her family runs a London inn, "The Rose and Crown." Then, in November 1849, Rafael le Marre arrives, bringing Mel's lost cousin Toby with him. Unexpected experiences swirl in Rafael's wake: Mel meets Catherine Ayre and mischievous Charley the sweeper. Meanwhile, Raf stirs up the trouble that is native to his frank character. Several necessary resolutions must occur before Raf and company set out again for Letzenstein.
  

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Review: The Rose and Crown (Letzenstein Chronicles #4)

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My least favorite of the series. A wonderful brilliant series with a sadly lacking end. Still, everyone should read The Letzenstein Chronicles. Read full review

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Contents

Hallow Een 1849
1
London Encounters
18
Catching a Thief
36
Guy Fawkes Fires
49
Swords and Shylock
70
Unpleasant Surprises
90
Prisoners
110
Lost
128
The Orphan Child
142
Night Watch
156
Changing Hands
171
Sailing in the Snow
186
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About the author (1999)

Meriol Trevor (born in 1919) was educated at St. Hugh's College, Oxford. One of the most prolific Catholic writers of the 20th century, she wrote more than 30 novels, both for adults and children, and several major biographies. She is best known for her comprehensive biography of Cardinal John Henry Newman published in the early sixties. In 1967, she was elected a fellow of the Royal Society for Literature in England.

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