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One Woman Too Many
     

One Woman Too Many

by Ruby M. Ayres
 
When the last of her brothers and sisters was happily settled, Janet Hayes realised she must sell the rambling old house where they had all grown up together and find a new way of life.A friend put her in touch with young Dr Allan Playfair who lived in a small Somerset town and Janet gladly accepted the post he was offering as housekeeper.

Allan Playfair's

Overview

When the last of her brothers and sisters was happily settled, Janet Hayes realised she must sell the rambling old house where they had all grown up together and find a new way of life.A friend put her in touch with young Dr Allan Playfair who lived in a small Somerset town and Janet gladly accepted the post he was offering as housekeeper.

Allan Playfair's house had character and charm and Janet found her new surroundings most congenial.But a chance meeting with an old boyfriend, Morris Farnham, now married to a wealthy woman, was to change all that.For Morris believed he was still in love with Janet - and he was prepared to stop at nothing to prove it...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781448203871
Publisher:
Bloomsbury USA
Publication date:
09/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
190
File size:
2 MB

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Meet the Author

Ruby Ayres (1881-1955) was born in London. Her first novel Richard Chatterton V.C. was published in 1916, after which she produced almost 150 titles. Although Ayres was known primarily for her romantic novels, she also wrote serials for the Daily Chronicle and Daily Mirror, as well as motion pictures in the United States and England. Her play Silver Wedding, was produced in 1932.

The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography called Ruby M. Ayres "one of the most popular and prolific romantic novelists of the twentieth century".
Ruby Ayres (1881-1955) was born in London. Her first novel Richard Chatterton V.C. was published in 1916, after which she produced almost 150 titles. Although Ayres was known primarily for her romantic novels, she also wrote serials for the Daily Chronicle and Daily Mirror, as well as motion pictures in the United States and England. Her play Silver Wedding, was produced in 1932.

The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography called Ruby M. Ayres ""one of the most popular and prolific romantic novelists of the twentieth century"". Her books have sold over 8 million copies worldwide.

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