Set during the Civil War in a small Cotswold town, this novel tells the story of Doll Taverner. When the King's soldiers arrive, led by Captain Stephen Sutton, Doll becomes her true self, Dolores, who is forced to confront the horrors of her Spanish past and the demands of the present.
Joanna Hines grew up in London and attended the LSE and Oxford. She and her Canadian husband started their own agricultural machinery business, now sold, and currently run their own small press. Joanna is a counsellor for Relate. She has two grown-up children and a step-daughter. Visit Joanna's website at www.joannahines.co.uk.
The Puritan's Wife by Joanna Hines
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton
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