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The wild dark flowers: [a novel of Rutherford Park]
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New York : Berkley Books, 2014.
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356 pages ; 21 cm.
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FICTION Cooke, E.
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"When May came that year in Rutherford, it was more beautiful than anyone could ever remember. More beautiful, and more terrible...On the first morning in May, 1915, with a splendid view that reached across the gardens to the Vale of York, nothing seemed lovelier or less threatening. And yet... At the risk of undoing the Cavendish name with scandal, William and Octavia Cavendish have been living a lie, maintaining a marriage out of duty rather than passion. In the wake of a terrible war, the emotional shifts between a husband and a wife, a wife and her lover, and a mother and her children, will shake the very foundation of the Cavendish family, and change the uniquely vulnerable lives of all who reside at Rutherford Park"--

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"When May came that year in Rutherford, it was more beautiful than anyone could ever remember. More beautiful, and more terrible...On the first morning in May, 1915, with a splendid view that reached across the gardens to the Vale of York, nothing seemed lovelier or less threatening. And yet... At the risk of undoing the Cavendish name with scandal, William and Octavia Cavendish have been living a lie, maintaining a marriage out of duty rather than passion. In the wake of a terrible war, the emotional shifts between a husband and a wife, a wife and her lover, and a mother and her children, will shake the very foundation of the Cavendish family, and change the uniquely vulnerable lives of all who reside at Rutherford Park"--,Provided by publisher.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Cooke, E. (2014). The wild dark flowers: [a novel of Rutherford Park]. New York, Berkley Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Cooke, Elizabeth, 1953-. 2014. The Wild Dark Flowers: [a Novel of Rutherford Park]. New York, Berkley Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Cooke, Elizabeth, 1953-, The Wild Dark Flowers: [a Novel of Rutherford Park]. New York, Berkley Books, 2014.

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Cooke, Elizabeth. The Wild Dark Flowers: [a Novel of Rutherford Park]. New York, Berkley Books, 2014.

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