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The earth and all it holds by V.J. Banis
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The earth and all it holds (1980)

by V.J. Banis

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Opgedragen aan mijn gehele familie, maar in het bijzonder aan Anna V.
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"Glorie, de druif, liefde, goud - daarop vestigen alle mensen en alle naties hun hoop." Lord Byron
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VOLUME II IN THE BRUSSAC FAMILY SAGA The Brussacs were rich, powerful, blessed, and envied. Yet through their lives ran a thread of tragedy and heartbreak that could not be broken, forever linking them in a hellish alliance. This epic tale soars from Nob Hill to the Barbary Coast to the Los Angeles oil fields in a stunning story of the tangled lives of an extraordinary family. "V. J. Banis outdoes himselfall-stops-out historical romance."Publishers Weekly "A rip-roaring romantic novel."Library Journal

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