At 16 Margaret's childhood is over when she is persuaded to leave her family to marry a stranger. Alienated by her husband's coldness, Margaret is desperate for affection and she finds herself turning to the wealthy Richard Treveryan. But the bloodshed of Civil War threatens all she holds dear.
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Cornish Girl by Joanna Hines
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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