Where No Man Cries (Charnwood Library) ePub download
by Emma Blair
- ISBN: 0708983553
- ISBN13: 978-0708983553
- ePub: 1277 kb | FB2: 1483 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Action & Adventure
- Publisher: Ulverscroft Large Print Books Ltd; Large Print edition edition (September 1986)
- Pages: 576
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 372
- Format: lrf mobi mbr lit
Where No Man Cries book.
Where No Man Cries book.
He was one of Britain's most popular authors and his books among the most borrowed from libraries. Iain Blair died in July 2011.
Where No Man Cries (Hardback). As usual with Emma Blair the story was captivating and had to be read as soon as time allowed.
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Title: Where No Man Cries. Authors: Blair, Emma. Additional Product Features. Place of Publication. Weight: 241 Gms. See details. See all 4 pre-owned listings.
Blair's books included Half Hidden, Wild Strawberries, Scarlet Ribbons, An Apple from Eden and Where No Man Cries. He was one of Britain's most popular writers and most borrowed authors from libraries. His wife, TV producer and fellow novelist, Jane Blanchard, said: "Emma was not the quiet, retiring type but 6ft 3in Glaswegian Iain Blair who enjoyed a pint and a smoke. People ask me if he was romantic - he most definitely was. Jane Blanchard, Wife.
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1982) A novel by Emma Blair. Set in Glasgow between the wars, this is the story of a town divided with no time for dreams. Angus McBain is well aware of this, poverty having killed his father and aged his mother. Genre: General Fiction. March 2011 : UK Paperback.
Glasgow between the wars is a town divided, taut with violence and steeped in hardship, a town with no time for dreams. Angus McBain knows that better than most: being poor has killed his father and aged his mother before her time.
When No Man Cries, a story set in Glasgow during the inter war years, features a central character who . The book was an immediate success and generated good sales.
When No Man Cries, a story set in Glasgow during the inter war years, features a central character who overcomes social and financial hardships and ultimately finds the woman he loves. Blair followed it with a series of other Emma Blair stories, many of them set in Scotland. Writing of Blair, The Scotsman's Alasdair Steven said: "Many of his books were of that genre: strongly romantic but very realistic