3 edition of The People"s story 1946 (compiled by Christopher Harvie) found in the catalog.
The People"s story 1946 (compiled by Christopher Harvie)
|Statement||by Christopher Harvie.|
|Contributions||Harvie, Christopher., Harvie, Christopher.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
The People's House by David Pepper is a captivating tale of an intricate game of political manoeuvre and election fraud, and how the relentless work of a determined reporter brought it to light. It takes you behind the scenes to reveal who really pulls the strings and how greed for power can lead to a man's ultimate downfall. Vintage Books (Includes Books Pre) Please email for more complete descriptions of books. Many of these are reading copies only. BACK TO SEARCH PAGE **Page may take a moment to load** Shipping Special Free Shipping For Orders of $ or More!!!
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If you were there or just curious, buy this book, you won't regret by: 2. The People is the first draft of 16 chapters of an unfinished book that was to have had 20 or more chapters.
The quality of writing for a first draft was good enough for the reader to appreciate the incomplete story, and regret that we were not able to read the entire novel/5. Then further back in time to the Spain ofthe year of the expulsion of the Jews from Spain and of the sickening horrors that befell suspect conversos at the hands of the Inquisition.
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