Continuing on from Part One and referring to Beauvallet, Hodge states that it sold 86,000 copies and helped cement Heyer as an author whose historical books would sell.
her personal life, things were changing once again. Ronald's
partnership in the gas, coke, and light company did not work out, and
they actually lost money. They borrowed money from Mrs. Heyer's
sisters, bought a sports shop in Horsham, and moved to Sussex. They
repaid the loan with interest over the years. Boris left his job with
Bovril, lived over the shop, and helped Ronald run it.
few miles from Horsham they found a four-bedroomed house in Colegate in
Lower Breeding. Hodge describes it as a "rambling, two-storied,
comfortable" house that in layout was very much like the one at 5
Ridgeway Place. Georgette continued to write, and Heinemann continued
to reprint the old titles.
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