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The Daughters of Foxcote Manor

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This is the best type of historical fiction, alternating between events that happened long ago and the present time. I cheered for Rita throughout the entire book, from when she was Big Rita—a tall ungainly nanny who loved the children she looked after—to when she was a great grandmother with secrets haunting her.
I read it in two evenings. Five stars!
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Not my favorite novel by Eve Chase, but one I will certainly recommend. The beginning was slow and it took time to get accustomed to the time shifts. It was certainly intriguing enough to keep me reading. It will definitely have a following.
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Because of the way that the book was downloaded, I had some trouble initially reading it.  However, I continued and was glad that I did so.  I love books on family sagas, particularly ones that have hidden secrets from the past.  Also enjoyed the settings and the characters developments.  I would strongly recommend this book as a good read.
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