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One of Us David Freeman

One of Us By David Freeman

One of Us by David Freeman

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This is a novel of love and destiny during the last days of the colonial world in Egypt and England.

One of Us Summary

One of Us by David Freeman

Steeped in memory and rumours of war, One of Us is a beautifully crafted story of the days of the colonial world of Egypt and England. The British High Commissioner, Sir Malcolm Cheyne, his brought his young wife out to Cairo. And there she meets the Egyptian Prince. He is young, handsome and ardent in his pursuit of her. Soon war and circumstance create a triangle that is as turbulently political as it is erotic. Set against the glamour of pre-war Cairo, this is a great historical romance.

One of Us Reviews

David Freeman vividly captures the dying colonial world of pre-war Egypt when Cairo and Alexandria were the great glamour cities of the age. This is the best novel about that time and place since The Alexandria Quartet. -- Beryl Bainbridge

About David Freeman

David Freeman is the author of four books, including A Hollywood Education, and the screenplay Street Smart. He regularly contributes to The New Yorker, The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. He lives in Los Angeles.

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One of Us by David Freeman
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Carroll & Graf Publishers Inc
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