The Mallen Lot The Mallen Lot

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CATHERINE COOKSON - THE MALLEN LOTHarry Bensham is happily married to Anna Brigmore, who once served as his childrens governess. His daughter Katie, too, is soon to be happily wed. Is it possible that the Mallen curse, which decreed that the MallensMoreCATHERINE COOKSON - THE MALLEN LOTHarry Bensham is happily married to Anna Brigmore, who once served as his childrens governess. His daughter Katie, too, is soon to be happily wed. Is it possible that the Mallen curse, which decreed that the Mallens brought only turmoil and grief to those whose lives they crossed, is not more?

---- But Barbara Mallen, who has married Harrys son Dan, is disturbed that their third son, Ben, unlike his blond twin brothers, is dark like her and has the Mallen streak in his hair, as well as having he Mallen temperament.

Brooding and unable to show affection for this moody, violent boy, she allows her passionate nature to flow in a forbidden direction-toward Michael Radlent, whose love she sought and lost in The Mallen Girl. --- nor do Katie and Brigie escape further tragedy, all the harder to bear after their brief period of unlooked-for happiness. The Mallen curse threatens to continue full force into the third generation. ----Ben bears the brunt of it, from the chilling aftermath of his mothers ruinous love affair to the sorrows visited on his family by World War I. When he cracks under the weight of these burdens, it seems foreordained that he will be yet another victim of the Mallen lot.

---Both those who have read the first two volumes of the Mallen trilogy and those who make the acquaintance of the Mallens here for the first time will find The Mallen Lot a rich and engrossing saga, told by a storyteller without peer in her chosen field of historical romance. ---CATHERINE COOKSON has built a phenomenal following around the world. Author of more than thirty novels, her works have been translated into eight languages. In England, where she lives, she has won critical acclaim for her vivid portraits of working-class life as well as for the exciting historical fiction that has gained her hundreds of thousands of readers.(from the cover flaps)



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