Rachel Ray Anthony Trollope Author
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Regarded as one of Trollope's most idyllic novels, RACHEL RAY is a wonderful study of the unremarkable. In the rural town of Baslehurst, in Devon, Luke Rowan is attempting to wrest control of the brewery from the ageing Mr Tappitt. At the same time, he is courting Rachel Ray, a local beauty. Around these two circumstances is built a gallery of events, none of which is an incident that would be even remarkable in everyday life, yet which add up to an engrossing study of people and their relationships with one another.


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