With the war at an end, Louisa is at the precipice of an emotional collapse and financial ruin.

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Christine Pollon ...
Aunt Gwyneth
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With the war at an end, Louisa finds herself unable continue without her one true love. She has fallen behind in paying her bills and she decides the time has come to sell the Bentinck. The staff hear of it and are, needless to say, upset at the thought of losing not only their livelihood but their home. Ethel returns looking for work, but Louisa can only offer her a reference. It turns out she's not been cashing the checks given to her by officers, with the obvious results. A visit to her parents doesn't raise her spirits but a last letter from Charlie Haslemere finally lets her grieve. Written by garykmcd

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12 November 1977 (UK)  »

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