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The Regent's Candlesticks. 1954) A novel by Elisabeth Kyle. Used availability for Elisabeth Kyle's The Regent's Candlesticks. June 1975 : UK Hardback.
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Elisabeth Kyle, pseudonym of Agnes Mary Robertson Dunlop, (born 1 January 1901, died 23 February 1982), was a British writer of novels and children's books. She also wrote under the name Jan Ralston. Agnes Mary Robertson Dunlop was born in Ayr Scotland on 1 January 1901. Her mother was Elizabeth Riddell Dunlop and her father was James Dunlop, a lawyer in the family firm. He was keen on literature, introducing his daughter to the classics and monitoring carefully the books to which she was exposed
Elisabeth Fritzl was interviewed by police shortly after she was freed from father
Elisabeth Fritzl was interviewed by police shortly after she was freed from father. Police chief has revealed how victim was worried people would not believe her. Josef Fritzl kept her and three children he fathered with her locked up in cellar. The heartbreaking first words of the woman held captive by Josef Fritzl for 24 years have been revealed as 'no one will believe me'. Elisabeth Fritzl was interviewed by police chief Willibald Reitner shortly after she was freed from the clutches of her evil father, who raped her 3,000 during her captivity. Mr Reitner has spoken about the horrific case for the first time in an interview for a Channel 5 documentary.
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A fine pair of Elizabeth II silver Candlesticks with detachable. Sconces and the assay marks for London 1967.