Spotlight: The Cavendon Woman by Barbara Taylor Bradford

 cavendon                 If you are new to this blog, you will soon realize my love and appreciation for historical anything. Historical fiction, non fiction, romance, steam punk, historical thrillers, etc are all things I cannot get enough of. Unfortunately there is not enough time in the day to read all the historical books that I want, but it does not take away the opportunity to highlight this fantastic historical fiction that came out in December. The Cavendon Woman has a little bit of everything for any reader; history, drama, excitement, thrills that is great for anyone looking to revamp their reading habits. 
In THE CAVENDON WOMEN Bradford follows the Inghams’ and the Swanns’ journey from a family weekend in the summer of 1926 through to the devastation of the Wall Street crash of 1929.  It all begins on a summer weekend in July of 1926 when, for the first time in years, the Earl has planned a family weekend. As the family members come together, secrets, problems, joys, and sorrows are revealed. As old enemies come out of the shadows and the Swanns’ loyalty to the Inghams gets tested in ways none of them could have predicted, it’s up to the Cavendon women to band together and bring their family into a new decade, and a new way of life.  – The Cavendon Women 
“Since the publication of A Woman of Substance, Bradford has set the bar for what a saga should be: sweeping, fascinating and dramatic. She’s done that again in this wonderful series with a cast of strong, loving women — there’s even a nod to Emma Harte. The power and emotion of Bradford’s novel comes through on every page.” – The Romantic Times (4 ½ Stars!) on The Cavendon Women​​
                 Barbara Taylor Bradford, OBE is one of the world’s best loved storytellers. Her 1979 debut novel, A Woman Of Substance ranks as one of the top-ten bestselling books of all-time with more than 35 million copies in print. All 29 of her novels have been major worldwide bestsellers. The Cavendon Women is her thirtieth novel. Bradford was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire, the only child of Winston and Freda Taylor. She grew up in Leeds and worked in the typing pool of the Yorkshire Evening Post. A year later at sixteen, she became a reporter, and at eighteen was made women’s age editor of the newspaper. When she was 20 she went to work in Fleet Street, first as the fashion editor of Woman’s Own magazine. Later she was a columnist for The London Evening News.Bradford’s books have sold more than 88 million copies worldwide in more than 90 countries and 40 languages. Ten of her books have been made into miniseries and TV movies by her husband, Robert Bradford. Mrs. Bradford was awarded an OBE by Queen Elizabeth II in the Queen’s 2007 Birthday Honours list for her contribution to literature. Her original manuscripts are archived in the Brotherton Collection of at Leeds University Library alongside the works of the Bronte sisters. She lives in New York City with her husband of 50 years, television producer, Robert Bradford.
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