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    Beauchamp Hall

    I just got this book to review. I was surprised because Danielle doesn't usually go on NetGalley! I had reading in slow do days. I liked to start for the reading. Winnie had to care for her mother until she passed. Now she works on a job she hates until her Boss fires her. Now she is alone except with a man who only does for he and her sister has a husband and two teen boys. Winnie likes to read with history. England Come! They are making a TV and she can watch them. Someone told her she can see if you were an extra. Winnie is now on the road to film! She makes friends and some not. Winnie found the two who are the real from the Haversham Castle. Soon the film will end and the Castle will be broke again. Winnie came up with 3 ideas to save their home. I liked this book. I am sure I would like to see it is will be it. I hope more readers will enjoy this book to read! Give this book a chance!
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    This was far too"People's Friend" for me. A single idea not a lot of thought given and brought to its inevitable conclusion. If this is what Mrs Steele has descended to she had better retire. A waste of a credit.

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