Time for Silence

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Lucinda Greenham

When Lucinda Greenham and her impetuous friend Annabelinda Denver leave London for finishing school in Europe, neither imagines the trouble to come. It takes many forms: Anabelinda`s secret affair; the child born out of wedlock; and the German invasion of Belgium.

With the Germans one step behind, the girls flee across a stunned Europe on the brink of World War I, to arrive safely in England at last. Picking up the pieces of their lives, they consign Annabelinda`s damaging past to secrecy, only to be faced with blackmail so severe it leads to murder. As the girls will learn too late, there is a time for truth and a time for silence.

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Eleanor Alice Hibbert was born in London, UK in 1910. The exact date of birth, as well as the details of her personal life, are still a secret, but it is known that she published her first book "Beyond the Blue Mountains" in 1947. It was the first of more than 90 historical novels written under the pseudonym Gene Playdick. The books written under this pseudonym are almost everything about English history, associated with real historical figures. Later, her American agent suggested that she write a new series of Gothic novels, the first of which, Mistress Mellin (Mistress Mellin) appeared in 1960 under the pseudonym Victoria Holt (Victoria Holt`s 32nd novel Black Opal was published posthumously).

A unique series of novels under the pseudonym of Philip Carr "Daughters of Albion", which describes the history of a noble English family from the time of King Henry VIII (mid-16th century) to 1980 (20th century, Margaret Thatcher came to power), immediately became an international bestsell...

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Eleanor Alice Hibbert was born in London, UK in 1910. The exact date of birth, as well as the details of her personal life, are still a secret, but it is known that she published her first book "Beyond the Blue Mountains" in 1947. It was the first of more than 90 historical novels written under the pseudonym Gene Playdick. The books written under this pseudonym are almost everything about English history, associated with real historical figures. Later, her American agent suggested that she write a new series of Gothic novels, the first of which, Mistress Mellin (Mistress Mellin) appeared in 1960 under the pseudonym Victoria Holt (Victoria Holt`s 32nd novel Black Opal was published posthumously). A unique series of novels under the pseudonym of Philip Carr "Daughters of Albion", which describes the history of a noble English family from the time of King Henry VIII (mid-16th century) to 1980 (20th century, Margaret Thatcher came to power), immediately became an international bestseller. over 200 novels, also published under the pseudonyms Eleanor Burford, Elber Ford, Kathleen Kellow, and Ellalice Tate.