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Bantam Books, 1983 - Fiction - 798 pages
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User Review  - skirret - LibraryThing

I won't attempt a review of a book I read (and re-read) when it was first published, but I do have fond memories of both enjoying it and being impressed by its historical detail. As a lifelong Anglo ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tiffalex - LibraryThing

Another fabulous book set in the Sepoy Rebellion in 19th century British-occupied India. Fabulous writing and attention to historic detail, you will fall in love with the characters and be deeply invested in their story. Absolutely FABULOUS!!! Read full review

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Before Valerie Fitzgerald began her real estate career, she was an unemployed single parent. Yet over the last fifteen years, Valerie Fitzgerald has single-handedly managed to build a multi-million dollar real estate business, establish her own charity foundation, speak around the country at numerous business conventions, appear on television shows like "Entertainment Tonight" and MTV's "Cribs," rank among Coldwell Banker's Top 10 agents nationwide, and earn the attention of the Los Angeles Business Journal for the highest sales volume in L.A. County for residential real estate in 2000 (she was also recently nominated for the publication's 13th annual "Women Making a Difference").

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