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The Mapping of Love and Death: Book summary and reviews of The Mapping of Love and Death by Jacqueline Winspear
The Mapping of Love and Death Summary
August 1914. Michael Clifton is mapping the land he has just purchased in California's beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, certain that oil lies beneath its surface. But as the young cartographer prepares to return home to Boston, war is declared in Europe. Michaelthe youngest son of an expatriate Englishmanputs duty first and sails for his father's native country to serve in the British army. Three years later, he is listed among those missing in action.
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"Endearing...as often in this winning series, the action builds to a somewhat sad if satisfying conclusion." - Publishers Weekly
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Jacqueline Winspear Author Biography
Jacqueline Winspear was
born and raised in the county of Kent, England. Following higher
education at the University of London's Institute of Education,
Jacqueline worked in both general and academic publishing, in higher
education and in marketing communications in the UK.
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