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The Red Pavilion

By Jean Chapman

Malaya, 1948. Liz Hammond and her mother Blanche are returning to the rubber plantation they were forced to abandon at the outbreak of war. As they travel out to Singapore they are met with tales of Communist uprisings, violence, banditry, and, most ominously, Liz’s father’s disappearance. A moving drama that was short-listed for the Romantic Novel of the Year Award.
 
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