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The White Feather is a poignant, romantic, and sometimes tragic novel set in both the battlefields of World War I France, and in a small, Cotswold village named Claybourne-on-Coln. This engaging novel presents the reader with unforgettable characters, courageous and cowardly, generous and self-serving.

Mary Christian Payne once again takes you to a quaint, English village, where Lord Christopher Claybourne lives, with his newlywed American wife, Eleanor, and his mother, the Dowager Lady Cynthia, in his opulent family estate. At the other end of the village lives Lily Barton, in a charming cottage, with her widowed mother, Elisabeth. Their worlds meet at the beginning of World War I. This first novel in the Claybourne Trilogy takes the reader on an adventurous journey, fraught with peril, both at home and abroad.

A story of selfishness, devotion and loyalty, culminating in a perplexing mystery, The White Feather will leave you wanting more of the Claybourne family. This novel is a stand-alone book, to be enjoyed by itself, or followed up with books two and three in the trilogy.

©2014 Mary Christian Payne (P)2014 Mary Christian Payne

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  • 08-21-15

I didn't think it was very "lovely"

Didn't enjoy this book. The writing is amateurish. She constantly described things and people as being "lovely" and I cringed every time I heard it. I couldn't help but smile at the narrator's attempt at accents and men's voices, which at least made it easy to identify who was speaking. This is only the 2nd audio book I've listened to and whilst incredibly convenient isn't as enjoyable as reading the words myself.

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