The Tenant of Chesdene Manor

The Tenant of Chesdene Manor Diana Chalfont and her mother were left nearly penniless when gambling happy Sir Peter Chalfont died So they resolved to find a tenant to share the neglected Chesdene Manor and from nowhere came quiet

Diana Chalfont and her mother were left nearly penniless when gambling happy Sir Peter Chalfont died So they resolved to find a tenant to share the neglected Chesdene Manor and from nowhere came quiet, good looking Mr Richmond, about whom no one seemed to know very much at all But when Diana went to stay in London with her cousins, she met him frequently at parties anDiana Chalfont and her mother were left nearly penniless when gambling happy Sir Peter Chalfont died So they resolved to find a tenant to share the neglected Chesdene Manor and from nowhere came quiet, good looking Mr Richmond, about whom no one seemed to know very much at all But when Diana went to stay in London with her cousins, she met him frequently at parties and balls so who was he The answers lay amongst the tombstones in Chesdene churchyard

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The Tenant of Chesdene Manor

  1. Born Alice Mary Chetwynd Humphrey on 12 October 1913 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England, UK, she studied at King Edward VI Grammar School in Birmingham On 3 February 1945, she married Kenneth James Ley They had two sons Richard James Humphrey Ley and Graham Kenneth Hugh Ley.She was a teacher at Harrow College of Higher Education In 1962, she obtained a diploma in Sociology at London University, and was awarded the Gilchrist Award of 1962 She was a lecturer in Sociology and Social History, from 1968 to 1971.Under her married name, Alice Chetwynd Ley, she published romance novels from 1959 to 1986 She was also tutor in Creative Writing, from 1962 to 1984 She was elected the sixth Chairman 1971 1973 of the Romantic Novelists Association and was named an honoured Life Member.Alice Chetwynd passed away in 2004.

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  1. Beloved Diana, originally titled The Tenant of Chesdene Manor, is an easy predictable Regency Wait a minute Now that I think of it, I can t remember what year the story took place I don t remember the Napoleonic War, Prinny or anything that would frame this historical from 1811 1820 What there is, is a slow moving but compelling little mystery that the original title better suits At the heart of the story is the Tenant of Chesdene Manor It was not hard to guess his true identity but I kept readi [...]



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