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Miss Bun the Baker"s daughter. by D. E. Stevenson

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Published by Collins in London .
Written in English

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First published, 1939.

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Open LibraryOL13749928M

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Miss Bun, the baker's daughter Hardcover – January 1, by D.E. STEVENSON (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions. Price.5/5(3). Stevenson wrote her novels in the early 20th century. "The Baker's Daughter" is set in Scotland in a small village where everyone knows everyone else. Sue is the daughter of the baker, who has recently remarried after the death of Mary, his lovely wife/5. E-mail Message: I thought you might be interested in this item at Title: Miss Bun, the baker's daughter Author: D E Stevenson Publisher: Oxford: ISIS Pub., , © ISBN/ISSN: OCLC Please verify that you are not a robot. Miss Bun the Baker’s Daughter by D.E. Stevenson. Miss Bun the Baker’s Daughter by D.E. Stevenson was first published in , written in The author says in a foreword added in This book was written in and published soon after, but although many of the facts have proved untrue it is still artistically true of any little town in the Scottish Border Country and the people are as real today .

  Miss Bun, the Baker's Daughter by D.E. Stevenson ~ This edition: Isis Publishing, ISBN: Hardcover. Large Print. pages. My rating: / Better than expected. Likable main characters gently shine in this sweetly improbable but diverting light read.   This is a masterpiece of light amusement from the remarkable D. E. Stevenson. D. E. Stevenson's fine sense of characterisation and romance makes this novel a delight to read. It is a golden tale of ordinary, lovable people in a small town of Beilford. Sue, the Baker's daughter, makes an uncharacteristically impulsive decision to accept a post as housekeeper to Mr and Mrs Darnay, Reviews: 2. The Baker's Daughter demonstrates how the past can teach us--if only we will listen.” —Kelly O'Connor McNees, author of The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott “Sarah McCoy's The Baker's Daughter explores what happens when our loyalties (to country, cause, family, religion) clash with our intuition. A complex braiding of mystery, history, and personality, this novel is engaging and wonderful.”Reviews: K. The Baker's Daughter by Sarah McCoy is one of those books that grabs you and refuses to let you go. There are so many elements that rise to the surface with this one that I found myself having to put the novel down and walk away for a bit to digest it all. I went through a 4/5(K).

  The Baker's Daughter. D.E. Stevenson. Sourcebooks, Inc., Jan 5, - Fiction - pages. 1 Review. A stranger came to town and stole her 3/5(1). Miss Bun, the baker's daughter. [D E Stevenson; Hilary Neville] -- Sue and her employer Mr. Darnay enjoy a easy working relationship. But it is not until sue is summoned home that she finally realises the strength of her feelings for him. March UK Hardback. Title: Miss Bun the Baker's Daughter. Author (s): D E Stevenson. ISBN: / (UK edition) Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. Availability: Amazon Amazon UK Amazon CA. “Replete with raw emotion and suspense, The Baker’s Daughter is a fascinating journey through a horrifying time in world history that will resonate long after you close the book.” —Historical Novel Society “A beautiful, heart-breaking gem of a novel written just the way I like them, with the past coming back to haunt the present, endearing heroines and a sunny, hopeful ending.