Thrumpton Hall: A Memoir of Life in My Father’s House (New York Times Notable Books)

Thrumpton Hall: A Memoir of Life in My Father's House (New York Times Notable Books)
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Thrumpton Hall: A Memoir of Life in My Father’s House (New York Times Notable Books) Description

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“Dear Thrumpton, how I miss you tonight.” When 21 years old George Seymour wrote these words in 1944, was the object of his love is not a woman but gorgeous country house in Nottinghamshire he wanted above all else. Miranda Seymour is later resumed his education Thrumpton Hall-far from idyllic, life revolved around odd quirk of his father. The house takes precedence over every little thing, even his family, until George Seymour in its golden age, began to dress in black leather and powerful motorcycle in the countryside with buddies unexpected. A brief biography and family, alternately funny and heartbreaking, Miranda Seymour Thrumpton Hall is an exciting story, often shocking, and ultimately unforgettable accurate devastating consequences of obsessive desire, and enjoy evil. Thrumpton Hall: A Memoir of Life in My Father’s Home (New York Times Notable Books)

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