To My Daughter In France


Author: Barbara Keating

And to my daughter in France, I bequeath the remainder of my Estate’,,These words, read from the will of Irish academic Richard Kirwan, come as a complete surprise to his grieving family. Solange de Valnay’s perfectly ordered world is shattered when she discovers the identity of her true father for the first time. She loves the man who has always been ‘Papa’ and the Langued….Read More

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