9781497614895-1497614899-The Green Gauntlet (A Horseman Riding By (3))

The Green Gauntlet (A Horseman Riding By (3))

ISBN-13: 9781497614895
ISBN-10: 1497614899
Author: Delderfield, R. F.
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Open Road Media
Format: Paperback 598 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781497614895
ISBN-10: 1497614899
Author: Delderfield, R. F.
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Open Road Media
Format: Paperback 598 pages

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Acknowledged authors Delderfield, R. F. wrote The Green Gauntlet (A Horseman Riding By (3)) comprising 598 pages back in 2014. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1497614899 and 9781497614895. Since then The Green Gauntlet (A Horseman Riding By (3)) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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R. F. Delderfield concludes his bestselling A Horseman Riding By saga of twentieth-century England with a novel that follows the Craddock family through the end of World War II and the challenges of a new era

Paul Craddock’s village in rural Devon has endured despite the heartbreak and sorrows of war. The landowner and his family have also known their share of loss. But now, as England struggles to rebuild in the aftermath of World War II, he and his wife, Claire, and their children confront new perils. With his livelihood threatened by emerging property laws and his family divided over the future of his beloved Shallowford estate, Craddock struggles to preserve his legacy. For his sons and daughter, the fifties and sixties will be a time of discovery and change that will resonate in the lives of their own children.

The final novel in Delderfield’s magnificent trilogy pays tribute to the courage and unflagging optimism of British villagers trying to keep step with modern times even as they cling to the traditions of a bygone world.

The Green Gauntlet is the third novel in R. F. Delderfield’s saga A Horseman Riding By, which begins with Long Summer Day and continues with Post of Honour.

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