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Author: Jane Duncan
ISBN: 0708910688
Language: English
Pages: 368 pages
Publisher: Ulverscroft (January 1, 1984)
Rating: 4.2
Formats: txt azw mbr lit
FB2 size: 1718 kb | EPUB size: 1317 kb | DJVU size: 1373 kb
Sub: Romance

Born in Scotland in 1910, Jane Duncan spent her childhood in Glasgow, going for holidays to the Black Isle of Inverness. After taking her degree at Glasgow University she moved to England in 1931, and when war broke out she was commissioned in the WAAF and worked in Photographic Intelligence. After the war she moved to the West Indies with her husband, who appears as 'Twice' Alexander in her novels. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Jane Duncan MY FRIEND COUSIN EMMIE This book is for Mrs E. James . Go and find Dee!’ I said, aware that my voice was rising, and he left me and went out on to the deck. James Rogers Contents 1 A Dent in the Silver 2 Queer Things Happen at Sea 3 ‘People are Themselves First. This book is for. Mrs E. James Rogers. I was sitting with my back to the bar so that the steward could not see my face, and I stared hard at the panelled wall as the tears of mingled confusion and shame began to rise in my eyes. Dram put a paw on my knee and I put my hand on his head.

Jane Duncan books are no longer in print and so I was very pleased to find this one reasonably priced. It was sent quickly and the book was in good condition as stated in the advertisement. I love all her books and this one did not disappoint. This is the third book in this series that I have read, and I like it much better than the last one I read (which was 'My Friend Muriel').

I love these books although they were written a long time ago! Jane Duncan a Scot, who lived in the Caribbean,for many years, wrote her books in the linen cupboard because her husband didn't approve. These are funny gentle books that lift your spirit. Duncan also writes as Janet Sandison.

Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. author: Duncan, Jane d. ate. te: 2012-12-15 d. citation: 1914 d. dentifier. origpath: 477 d. copyno: 1 d.

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Jane Duncan (10 March 1910 – 20 October 1976) was the pseudonym of Scottish writer Elizabeth Jane Cameron, best known for her My Friends series of l novels. She also wrote four novels under the name of her principal heroine Janet Sandison, and some children's books.

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Comments (3)
Elildelm
This is another wonderful book by one of my favourite authors. The title is misleading, for we come to find out that Rose is anything but a friend. The story shares many dark happenings that go on in the mind of twisted, jealous people. It shows how those people can be a cruel bully to those they need to love the most. Duncan once again writes as complex a character as one will ever come across. The book also reveals surprises about the journey of Janet Sandison's complicated, and never boring life. I highly recommend this book.
Reighbyra
I am very satisfied with my purchase of My Friend Rose.
I love all Jane Duncan books, have most of them now.
Kigul
This is, I think, the 8th book in Jane Duncan's 'My Friends' series, but as the books often jump through time in the narrator's life, it isn't necessary to read them in order. This is the third book in this series that I have read, and I like it much better than the last one I read (which was 'My Friend Muriel'). The narrator, Janet, is a Scottish woman living in London in the 1930's who ends up being a nanny to a lonely, spoiled little girl named Dee. Dee's stepmother is the Rose of the title, a brash, spoiled, beautiful, childish, alcoholic woman who somehow inspires pity and compassion even in those whom she's insulting. Duncan has a flare for turning a phrase in an unexpected and refreshing direction, and she goes off on far fewer tangents than in 'Muriel.' It wasn't until the very end, however, when Janet meets Rose again after many years, that the reasons for considering Rose a positive influence became apparent, and that was when the book moved up from 3.5 to 4 stars for me. I know these books are difficult to find, but check your local library or used bookstore--if you like this one, there's about 18 more to read.