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Random House, Inc.
Set against the starkly beautiful landscape of Cornwall, PENMARRIC is the totally enthralling saga of a family divided against itself. At the center of the novel is the great mansion called Penmarric. It is to Penmarric that Mark Castallack, a proud, strange, and sensitive man, brings his bride Janna--the first act in a tempestuous drama that was to span three generations....

Baker & Taylor
The magnificent mansion Penmarric on the Cornwall coast provides the setting for the experiences of Mark Castallack, his bride Janna, and two succeeding generations

Publisher: Greenwich, Conn. : Fawcett Publications, 1971
ISBN: 9780449206225
Branch Call Number: FICTION HOWAT...S
Characteristics: 704 pages : map ; 18 cm
Notes: "C2429"--Cover


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hania4987 Oct 30, 2013

I am so happy I finally finished this book. I lost interest in this book during the first part and never got back into it ... it was a chore to read. It's a family saga (which I normally enjoy) that spans 3 generations told by 5 characters. I finally realized that they were recounting one tedious episode after another and that there were no likeable characters to embrace.


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