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By: Alan Charles Harrison

Ivanhoe Mill

Pages: 130 Ratings: 5.0
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Ivanhoe Mill is from a long ago period, it has characters of mixed interest, each section of the book has love, tragedy, plots of cruelty and devious problems that affect many of the community.


The Manor House, Cawston Hall, is the hub that controls the everyday life of the surrounding villages. The lord of the Manor is devious and cruel in his manipulation which is his quest to satisfy his selfishness.


There is a wide range of domestic and social activity that I hope gives you a great deal of interest to compliment the characters in the book. The writing and some of the flavour of the slang, I hope fits my interpretation that brings to life my portrayal of the people in the book.

The author, Alan Charles Harrison, has written six books over a three-year period from the age of seventy to eighty years. He has been an artist and musician all his life. Family life and his children were at the heart of his hobbies.

Beginning an apprenticeship at British Rail and working as a craftsman over forty years was foremost in bringing up his family. His artistic life and musical career spans over sixty years. Even at present age of eighty-one, he is still active with a singing partner as a duo entertaining. He had a dormant period when his wife died on his seventieth birthday. This went on for five years. His singing partner eventually lit the spark that invigorated his musical and artistic life. It was during this period from his seventy-seventh year to his eightieth that his paint brush changed to the pen, finding a way to forward his creation so he turned to Austin Macauley.

 

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  • David copeland

    Just finished reading this and I have got to say it is such a good read. Very well wrote and truly tells the great story. Excellent writing and hats off to the author Alan Charles Harrison. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for more of his work.

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