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Starlight Over Simla By Deborah Siepmann

Starlight Over Simla
by Deborah Siepmann

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Rose was bored by the social whirl of Edwardian London and the opportunity of travelling to India seemed like a dream come true. But would she find herself caught up in yet another round of parties and balls, with the girls of the "Fishing Fleet", who were sailing to Delhi in order to find a husband?
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Starlight Over Simla by Deborah Siepmann

Rose was bored by the social whirl of Edwardian London and the opportunity of travelling to India seemed like a dream come true. But would she find herself caught up in yet another round of parties and balls, with the girls of the "Fishing Fleet", who were sailing to Delhi in order to find a husband? That was her mother's hope, but Rose's beloved father understood his daughter's spirit and her desire to see the real India. However her sister couldn't bear the thought of their being parted.The adventure that awaited Rose was destined to change all their lives and in ways that even Rose herself hadn't even imagined. An experience indeed!

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About Deborah Siepmann


Deborah Siepmann grew up in Maryland and the San Francisco Bay area. She was a piano performance scholar at the Universities of California and Wisconsin and came to England in 1973. She has given recitals in America, England, Europe and aboard to QE 2 and now teaches at Tudor Hall and Cothill House in Oxfordshire. She is married to the musician and writer Jeremy Siepmann and they have two sons. In 1999 she began writing short stories and serials for The People's Friend and in 2001 received the magazine's Olwen Richards Award.

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GOR003229602
Starlight Over Simla by Deborah Siepmann
Deborah Siepmann
Used - Very Good
Hardback
The Crowood Press Ltd
2007-10-31
224
0709084412
9780709084419
N/A
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