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by Kay Thorpe

eBook Man at Kambala download ISBN: 0263055043
Author: Kay Thorpe
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (December 14, 1973)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1547 kb
Fb2: 1540 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: mobi rtf mbr lit
Category: Romance

Kay Thorpe (born 1935 in England, United Kingdom) is a British author of more than 75 romance novels. She published her novels in Mills & Boon since 1968.

Kay Thorpe (born 1935 in England, United Kingdom) is a British author of more than 75 romance novels. All her novels have also been published under Harlequin Enterprises Limited. Over a period of four decades, she has produced a body of sensuous work that investigates heritage, family, class and love. Her forte is to encode the opposing reading within the classic Harlequin plot.

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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780373017799. Release Date:January 1974.

Thorpe, Kay. PERSONAL: Born in England; married, 1960; husband's name Tony; children: John. Sawdust Season, Mills & Boon (London, England), 1972. The Man at Kambala, Linford (Leicester, England), 1973. Olive Island, Mills & Boon (London, England), 1973. Remember This Stranger, Mills & Boon (London, England), 1974. Iron Man, Mills & Boon (London, England), 1974. An Apple in Eden, Mills & Boon (London, England), 1974. Sugar Cane Harvest, Mills & Boon (London, England), 1975.

Sara lived with her father at Kambala in Kenya and manages a game reserve. She was accustomed to do as she pleased there. Her uncle dies and her father goes back to England to sort out his late brother's estate.