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After eloping with an heiress, Joshua was sold to the misery of plantation slavery in South Carolina. For ten years he has been kept alive by his longing for his freedom, his revenge, and the woman he was torn from.

James Salter is the author of nine previous books, including the novel A Sport and a Pastime .

James Salter is the author of nine previous books, including the novel A Sport and a Pastime; the collection Dusk and Other Stories, which won the 1989 PEN/Faulkner Award; and Burning the Days: Recollection. Kay Salter, a journalist and playwright, has written for The New York Times and Food & Wine, among other publications. I keep my copy on my desk not just because I know any page I open to will delight, or I love its illustrations and how it feels in my hand, but also because it reminds me there's an alternative to experiencing life via computer screen.

2002) A novel by Linden Salter

2002) A novel by Linden Salter. After eloping with an heiress, Joshua was sold to the misery of plantation slavery in South Carolina. Set in the glittering world of 18th century England and America, this story of love lost and found is woven with a tale of two rogues having a high time in high society in a novel that is by turns funny, poignant, sensual, dramatic, and thought-provoking - but, above all, very entertaining. Genre: Historical Romance. Used availability for Linden Salter's Freedom in My Love.

Linden Salter was born in London, and became a teacher, a career choice that led her to some interesting jobs in Nigeria and Papua New Guinea. She lived for many years in Australia's Northern Territory in a place called Humpty Doo before moving to Melbourne in 2004

Linden Salter was born in London, and became a teacher, a career choice that led her to some interesting jobs in Nigeria and Papua New Guinea. She lived for many years in Australia's Northern Territory in a place called Humpty Doo before moving to Melbourne in 2004. She is fascinated by history, her favourite novelist is Jane Austen, and she does not own a cat. Linden passed away in Melbourne on 14 April, 2014.

There's a choice, there's a chance, yeah I just can't ignore There's a voice in my head, yeah Telling me there's so much more So much more, whoa-whoa

Yesterday There was a noise in my head, yeah I would never make it through 'Cause it's not enough No, it's not enough. There's a voice, there's a sound, yeah I just can't ignore There's a noise in my head, yeah Telling me there's so much more So much more. There's a choice, there's a chance, yeah I just can't ignore There's a voice in my head, yeah Telling me there's so much more So much more, whoa-whoa. That's my freedom talking My freedom walking, yeah That's my freedom talking My freedom walking, yeah Cutting you loose When you're calling my name I'm not running away That's my freedom talking My freedom walking, yeah, yeah.

After eloping with an heiress, Joshua was sold to the misery of plantation slavery in South Carolina. For ten years he has been kept alive by his longing for his freedom, his revenge, and the woman he was torn from. In the months before the outbreak of the American Revolution, his chance comes when he persuades his new owner, a charming womanizing gambler, to go to England and pass himself off among the aristocracy as the son of a duke. But when he gets to London as Joshua finds that the woman he loves is now a fashionable lady and married to a baronet. Set in the glittering world of 18th century England and America, this story of love lost and found is woven with a tale of two rogues having a high time in high society in a novel that is by turns funny, poignant, sensual, dramatic, and thought-provoking - but, above all, very entertaining.
Freedom in My Love download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Linden Salter
ISBN: 0709070543
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (April 1, 2002)
Pages: 195 pages