The Fiona Letters

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Sir William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, one of the first scientific celebrities, led a full, productive, and virtuous life, above reproach by Victorian standards. His only passion was for science in the service of nation and empire. But he must have had another life, another kind of passion. This novel imagines how it could have happened More

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Words: 85,680
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301272655
About Ralph Bowden

People have called me shiftless, perhaps because my careers have included electrical engineer in the aerospace industry, history professor, home builder, solar designer, alternative energy consultant, and technical writer/instructional designer. My writing compulsion began about 20 years ago. Other men golf, fish, carouse, watch tv sports. I write. At last count, 20 novels, 4 short story collections, and a play lurk, mostly unread, on my hard drive. I've not tried to publish anything except the story collections, and those only locally as Christmas gifts. If all goes well, I hope to publish most of my collected writing on Smashwords in the next year or two.

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Review By: jameshbowden
The Fiona Letters
A classic romance involving Lord Kelvin and his mistress.

Review by: Lucie Cole on July 07, 2013 :
Oops, it' s too easy to skip right by the stars. Here are mine
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Review by: Lucie Cole on July 07, 2013 : (no rating)
Imagine the dull old Lord Kelvin might have had a secret life. Bowden's book makes a great read. Characters come to life in the pages. Literate and very readable.
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Review by: Alice Dalessio on June 19, 2013 :
Forgot the stars I meant to add!
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Review by: Alice Dalessio on June 19, 2013 : (no rating)
Marvelous historical mystery - full of intriguing characters and suspense - based on real historical figures. Bowden keeps you wondering all the way through - did he? didn't he? Nicely crafted and well written. Recommended for those who like substance as well as good storytelling.
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Review by: Debi Wichman on June 14, 2013 :
An amazing story. History,science, romance - and as you're reading it, you feel the character's struggles and realize many of the same struggles apply today. A well-woven story, you won't want to quit reading!

D. Wichman
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