The Moon's Our Home

The Moon's Our Home

Large Print - 2001
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Cherry Chester, Hollywood's new glamour girl, is really Sarah Brown, heiress to the Van Steeden millions. On a train to New York, Cherry finds the trip a bore, highlighted only by a brief glimpse in the pullman corridor of the Byronic profile of the handsomest man that she has ever seen. The stranger turns out to be international celebrity Anthony Amberton, an explorer whose romantic exploits have put him on the bestseller lists -- and who is really Sam Smith, heir to a plumbing fortune. What follows is a fast-paced story of chance meetings, mistaken identities, secret rendezvous, passion, surprise and suspense.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Thorndike Press ; Bath, England : Chivers Press, 2001, c1936.
Edition: Large print ed. --
ISBN: 9780754045205
Branch Call Number: LP FIC Baldw
Characteristics: 331 p.


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