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by Sylvia Thorpe

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ISBN:
0091212804
Author:
Sylvia Thorpe
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hurst & B. (1974)
Pages:
185 pages
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1313 kb
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1861 kb
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1806 kb
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The Silver Nightingale is one of her more light-hearted reads with the classic cold-hearted aristocrat who eventually falls for his charmingly ordinary fiancee

The Silver Nightingale is one of her more light-hearted reads with the classic cold-hearted aristocrat who eventually falls for his charmingly ordinary fiancee. A little mystery arises among a motley assortment of their fellow travelers stranded by snow in a country inn, and there's also some danger, humor, and a happy ending.

Sylvia Thorpe was the pseudonym used by June Sylvia Thimblethorpe (born 1926 in London, England, United Kingdom) a British writer of romance novels from 1950 to 1983. She was the third elected Chairman (1965–1967) of the Romantic Novelists' Association, and was named an Honor Life Member. June Sylvia Thimblethorpe was born in 1926 in London, England, United Kingdom. Educated in London at a school in Brondesbury, Kilburn High School for Girls, Slade School of Fine Arts, and University College

SILVER NIGHTINGALE By Sylvia Thorpe.

SILVER NIGHTINGALE By Sylvia Thorpe.

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  • Whitebinder
Sylvia Thorpe has a way with both dialogue and prose, which shows in this book like all her others. An author at home in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, Sylvia Thorpe has penned novels which include buccaneers, witches, highwaymen and even England's civil war.

The Silver Nightingale is one of her more light-hearted reads with the classic cold-hearted aristocrat who eventually falls for his charmingly ordinary fiancee. A little mystery arises among a motley assortment of their fellow travelers stranded by snow in a country inn, and there's also some danger, humor, and a happy ending.

This novel doesn't have the darker side of Thorpe's 16th and 17th century novels, which makes it fun escapist reading. I'm a purist about dialogue and historical authenticity (at least as much as you can have in a romance!), which Thorpe does nearly as well as Georgette Heyer, though her novels - particularly her Regencies - are less densely written. If you get annoyed with Regency characters behaving like 20th century Americans (like I do), check out Sylvia Thorpe! Her books are difficult to find but well worth the effort.
  • Shou
Unfortunately I could not get more than a couple of pages into this book. It was very silly and I'm sorry it was recommended to me. However this is no slight on whoever sold me the used copy of course.