Greenbanks. by Dorothy Whipple
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A very good story about the life of an English family beginning in the very late 1800's.
With issues of unfaithfulness in marriage and also illegitimacy, most of the characters react in the proper modes of the times. Some of them see another side and that makes for conflict. A mother's love for one son more than another also adds fuel to the fire.
Rachel is the beloved granddaughter of Louisa, the family matriarch. Rachel keeps rooms at both her parents home and her grandmother. We follow her through the years from a very little girl until she is 20 and has fallen in love.
Dorothy Whipple has written a number of good book and this is one of them.
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