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by Amanda Cross
Author: Amanda Cross
Publisher: Charnwood (November 1, 1991)
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Series: Charnwood Large Print Library Series.
Series: Charnwood Large Print Library Series. Hardcover: 464 pages. Publisher: Charnwood (January 1, 2001). ISBN-13: 978-0708992166. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers. Hardcover: 512 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0708986264.
Published October 1st 1989 by Ulverscroft Large Print (first published November 10th 1988).
Amanda Cross THE PLAYERS COME AGAIN ebreak Contents PART . No Word from Winifred. The Players Come Again. Kate had once gone to speak at a woman’s college in a large room furnished like a grand parlor but capable of holding rows of folding chairs.
Amanda Cross THE PLAYERS COME AGAIN ebreak Contents PART ONE Chapter One PART TWO Chapter Two PART THREE Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five. On one wall hung two large portraits of the man who had given the money for the room-it bore his name-and his wife, who had herself attended the college.
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The 80s are coming to a close and Kate Fansler is using this time to tie up loose ends. Amanda Cross examines relationships and human nature in The Players Come Again, a thought-provoking novel about literature, feminism and ageing. There is no rest for the wicked as he commissions her to write a biography of reclusive Gabrielle Foxx, the quiet wife of a famous modernist author.
The Kissing Garden (CH) (Charnwood Large Print Library Series). The idea for ROSE'S STORY originated with the hugely successful television series UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS, in which Rose played a prominent part as head housemaid to the Bellamy family. pulsating with vitality and deeply.
The Players Come Again. Book in the A Kate Fansler Mystery Series).
Cross, Amanda, The Players Come Again, Writing as Amanda Cross, English professor Carolyn Heilbrun introduced her female professor sleuth in 1964, endowing Kate Fansler with a gift for urbane.