Author A-Z > James Stevenson
Born in 1934, James Stevenson was mesmerised when he saw a Focke-Wulf 190 drop its bomb on the Royal Naval College Dartmouth. Twelve years after training in Canada during National Service, he earned his wings, and at the age of 19 was qualified to fly the Vampire. After leaving the service, he studied agriculture, worked in Spain, became a farm advisor and then spent 14 years in Portugal managing an agricultural company. On returning to England, he set up a company importing ceramics from Portugal and Spain and began to write. He has had many of his short stories published. This is his first novel.
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Fairfield Hall - Margaret Dickinson
When Annabel Constantine is courted by James Lyndon, the Earl of Fairfield, she believes herself truly loved, and accepts his offer of marriage. It is only when she arrives at Fairfield Hall that she realises the part her scheming father has played - the birth of her son should secure the future of the Fairfield Estate. But others also lay claim to the inheritance and a vicous feud is ignited...