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Isbn: 978-91-7759-095-8
Publisher: Anncona Media
Novels In english Romance
Accessible since: April 2024
Narrator: Simon Evers
Length: 9 hours 41 minutes


Where Love Is

Where Love Is is a fascinating and thought-provoking historical novel.

Norma Hardacre is a member of smart London society. She finds herself irresistibly drawn to a penniless artist named Jimmie Padgate. However, she gets engaged to Morland King, a wealthy man who sees her as a convenient trophy wife as he furthers his career. Morland (who is also a close friend of Jimmie’s) is hiding a dark secret. Meanwhile, Jimmie, who is hopelessly in love with Norma, starts to become a rising star - but then his reputation is suddenly smashed . . .

The novel illustrates how human society has developed this system whereby some among us become privileged parasites whose sense of entitlement weighs so heavily on the despised majority. And how, unless they were psychopaths, the Victorians tied themselves up in knots.

William John Locke (1863-1930) was a British novelist and playwright. Five times Locke's books made the list of best-selling novels in the United States for the year. His works have been made into 24 motion pictures. Where Love Is was first published in 1916. Audiobook read by Simon Evers, running time 9 hours, 41 min. Unabridged full version.

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