The Chinese Box

The Chinese Box❰Reading❯ ➼ The Chinese Box Author Katherine Wigmore Eyre – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Novel set in s California about the Spencer family, shipping magnates, and the rivalry between ambitious cousins for the same woman Novel set in s California about the Spencer family, shipping magnates, and the rivalry between ambitious cousins The Chinese MOBI :¼ for the same woman. I read this book only because an older woman I play cards with said it was her all time favorite book She said she was embarrassed to say so but true She is quite intelligent and well read, so I find it surprising this would be her choice She said she reads it once a year Of course I was intrigued, so I had to read it, paid 5 to order it from Ebay as it is long out of print being a trivial book from 1959 Romance books are not my cup of tea but curiosity hit the best of me.I did find the st I read this book only because an older woman I play cards with said it was her all time favorite book She said she was embarrassed to say so but true She is quite intelligent and well read, so I find it surprising this would be her choice She said she reads it once a year Of course I was intrigued, so I had to read it, paid 5 to order it from Ebay as it is long out of print being a trivial book from 1959 Romance books are not my cup of tea but curiosity hit the best of me.I did find the story a bit compelling and determined to finish it to find out how it ended I had figured out the who did it midway through the book Much of the writing is very overwrought, but it s a romance book from another era so naturally it doesn t hold up too well SCANDAL diverted my mind while my body recovered from 50 miles of backpacking Enjoy that the back cover advertises A fascinating story that captures the magic of San Francisco in the eighties and they mean the 1880 s Buuuut drivel. terribly nice reading This old style Gothic shows its age in its overwrought writing style and hackneyed situations. Classic 20th century gothic romance set in San Francisco Oh, those windchimes from Chinatown