The Prince and the Pekingese Paperback Book, eBook Download in EPUB, MOBI and PDF

Photo by Barbara Cartland
Barbara Cartland

Visit Barbara Cartland's Page - find all the books, read about the author, and more.

Are you an author and want to add information about yourself or book? Visit the Contact Us page and use the feedback form.

Overall Rating: 3.66

Short Link: https://gtkrm.info/ONdslO


Get a book in paper version

Brief introduction

THE PRINCE AND THE PEKINGESE "You have come!" the Prince exclaimed. "Yes", said Angelina softly. "I have come".The Prince paused for a moment looking at the beautiful...

read more

Are you looking book The Prince and the Pekingese for reading on a computer or a smartphone? Our search will help you find and download a book in any e-Book format.

To Search

Search of electronic versions of books is carried out in a completely automatic mode, using the data provided by API of third-party sites and services. Search is carried out by the unique name of the book and it's ISBN code (if the code is available).

Bibliographic data

This edition of book was issued in Paperback. The volume of the book is 178 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "The Prince and the Pekingese" was published in 1979.

Original Title
The Prince and the Pekingese
ISBN13
9780553126389
First Published
1979 year
Edition Format
Paperback
Book Language
English
Number of Pages
178 pages
Ebook Format
All DRM Support Types (EPUB, MOBI and PDF)
Information about the versions of the electronic book is preliminary. Available formats depend on the services that provide the distribution of such content (third parties).
PDF file

Download and save all data of The Prince and the Pekingese book in one free PDF file. Includes bibliographic data, information about the author of the book, description of the book and other (if such information is available).

Click the button and the file will be created after the page reloads. In the future, the file will be accessible via a direct link.

Generate PDF File
The Prince and the Pekingese

The Prince and the Pekingese - book cover

The cover image of the "The Prince and the Pekingese" book was obtained from open sources, all rights to this image belong to the rightholders or their legal representatives.

DMCA Protected

Our site complies with the law. Therefore, on our servers there is no any byte of information that would violate the rights of writers or third parties.

This site is the site of the Amazon Affiliate Program and other online stores (the list is constantly expanding). It only provides affiliate links to online shopping for buying books. All books are copyrights to the original owners.

The search for information about books and authors is carried out through the API of search engines, such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. We do not change the information, just give it a structure and a convenient view for reading.

This site will respond to "any and all take-down requests" that comply with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), and other applicable intellectual property laws. If you believe that a website page infringes on your copyright then please use the form to submit a request.

Rate this book

You can vote only once. Voting is completely anonymous and does not require registration. Your voices will help other users to choose the right book.

Description of "The Prince and the Pekingese"

THE PRINCE AND THE PEKINGESE "You have come!" the Prince exclaimed. "Yes", said Angelina softly. "I have come".

The Prince paused for a moment looking at the beautiful young woman in a way that mmade her tremble. "You are so lovely and yet..". There was a throb of pain in his voice that made Angelina long to comfort him.

"Whatever we feel for each other", she whispered, "I real THE PRINCE AND THE PEKINGESE "You have come!" the Prince exclaimed. "Yes", said Angelina softly. "I have come".

The Prince paused for a moment looking at the beautiful young woman in a way that mmade her tremble. "You are so lovely and yet..". There was a throb of pain in his voice that made Angelina long to comfort him.

"Whatever we feel for each other", she whispered, "I realize your country must...come...first". The Prince looked up sharply. "We feel for each other?" he repeated.

"Tell me...what you feel for me". Angelina shyly lowered her eyes, but his tone was rough and insistent. "Tell me", the Prince said again.

And suddenly, as if it came from the very depths of her being, Angelina's clear young voice miraculously cried out: "I...love you. I love you. I love you!"

This description is taken from the website: https://gtkrm.info/ONdslO.

About Author

Dame Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland was a English writer, during her long career, she wrote over 700 books, making her one of the most prolific authors of the 20th century. She sold over 1,000 million copies throughout the world, earning her a place in the Guinness Book of Records. The world's most famous romantic novelist, she also wrote autobiographies, biographies, health and cookery books, and Dame Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland was a English writer, during her long career, she wrote over 700 books, making her one of the most prolific authors of the 20th century.

She sold over 1,000 million copies throughout the world, earning her a place in the Guinness Book of Records. The world's most famous romantic novelist, she also wrote autobiographies, biographies, health and cookery books, and stage plays and recorded an album of love songs. She was often billed as the Queen of Romance, and became one of the United Kingdom's most popular media personalities, appearing often at public events and on television, dressed in her trademark pink and discoursing on love, health and social issues.

She started her writing career as a gossip columnist for the Daily Express. She published her first novel, Jigsaw, a society thriller, in 1923. It was a bestseller.

She went on to write myriad novels and earn legions of fans, she also wrote under her married name Barbara McCorquodale. Some of her books were made into films. Ever the romantic, during WWII, she served as the Chief Lady Welfare Officer in Bedfordshire.

She gathered as many wedding dresses as she could so that service brides would have a white gown to wear on their wedding day. She also campaigns for the rights of Gypsies, midwives and nurses. Barbara Cartland McCorquodale passed away on 21 May 2000, with 160 still unpublished manuscripts, that are being published posthumously.

Information about the author on the site: https://gtkrm.info/ONdslO.


Using data provided by third-party sites, we help you in the search for electronic versions of books. Just click on the button, wait a few seconds and the search engine of our site is sure to get a few links.

To search on our site you do not need to register and do not need to provide personal information. Please do not update or close the page until the search is complete - it will not take much time. Otherwise, the search will need to be repeated.

Sites and services that store files may require registration and other conditions for access to downloading and reading electronic books.

Download

Newest added books