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Daughters Of Rebecca By Iris Gower

Daughters Of Rebecca
by Iris Gower

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Shanni Price is a spirited, lively girl, but her tragic and poverty-stricken life has offered her little chance to enjoy herself. Her life changes drastically when she goes to live with the wealthy Llinos Mainwaring at her pottery in Swansea.
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Daughters Of Rebecca by Iris Gower

Shanni Price is a spirited, lively girl, but her tragic and poverty stricken life has given her little chance to enjoy herself. Then, at a moment of dreadful despair, she is given protection by lovely, wealthy Llinos Mainwaring, and goes to live with her at the famous pottery in Swansea. Llinos, whose marriage to handsome, exotic Joe has run into trouble, is glad to have this strong minded girl as her companion, but when the both meet the dashing Dafdd Buchen, young Shanni begins to regard her employer as her rival in love. These are troubled times in South Wales, when the poor people are feeling the effects of repression and the Rebecca's bold rebel leaders dressed as women, are storming the countryside. As Llinos begins to wonder whether her marriage to Joe is over, and Shanni becomes involved with the rioters, the life of the pottery is threatened as never before.

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About Iris Gower


Iris Gower lives in Swansea, she has written over 14 bestselling novels and was recently awarded an MA in English from Cardiff University.

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GOR000714468
Daughters Of Rebecca by Iris Gower
Iris Gower
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Transworld Publishers Ltd
2001-07-16
432
0552144509
9780552144506
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