Haversham House

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Xlibris US, Dec 22, 2010 - Fiction - 399 pages
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Haversham House: a biography of a young man coming of age, and his observations of the members of that family. It is a snapshot of his last years in school and his service as a signal decoder in the Army Air Force during World War II. The author describes “Stoneley”, the fictitious name of a suburb near Boston where his family lives, and then takes us to England, to the air base where he is stationed for most of the war. He describes the English countryside small cities, and has various encounters with English people, especially the young women.

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