The House of Hervey: A History of Tainted Talent

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Constable, 2001 - Great Britain - 244 pages
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This is a comic and tragic tale of the Hervey family whose gift as builders, diarists and in recent times astute businesmen has left a trail of anecdotes. It reveals a clan which is sometimes at war with itself, with more skeletons rattling in their cupboards than many would care to admit to.

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Contents

Prelude
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The Most Magnificent Entry
5
Mamas Tears and Fears
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Copyright

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