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Eden and Honor by Marilyn Harris
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Eden and Honor (original 1988; edition 1991)

by Marilyn Harris

Series: Eden Family Saga (7)

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Title:Eden and Honor
Authors:Marilyn Harris
Info:St Martins Mass Market Paper (1991), Paperback
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If any question why we died,
Tell them, because our fathers lied.

Rudyard Kipling
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Katherine O'Neal Gunning--age two years
and
Justin Harris Springer--age seven months

may their world be a peaceful one.
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Eleanor, Lady Eden, went up to the parapet alone in the chill early morning drizzle to escape Eve's cries of labor and to catch the first sight of the sorrowful procession of carriages coming toward Eden Castle.
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Chronicles the lives of various members of the Eden family between the Victorian Age and World War I.
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