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Beyond the Sunset By Margaret Thornton

Beyond the Sunset
by Margaret Thornton

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When her parents die, in 1897, Molly must take responsibility for her siblings. This means foresaking her dreams of a better life, outside the poverty she was born into. Searching for love and security, Molly marries Hector Stubbins from the local church, but he is not the man he appears to be.
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Beyond the Sunset Summary


Beyond the Sunset: A powerfully evocative Victorian saga of love and hope by Margaret Thornton

Before Molly Rimmer loses her parents in 1897, her future had seemed full of promise. Through her dream to own a shop in exclusive Jubilee Terrace in Blackpool, and her budding relationship with charming gentleman, Joss, Molly hoped to raise herself above the poverty she was born into. But now Molly must take responsibility for her siblings and leave her ambitions, and, Joss, behind. She marries Hector Stubbins, leading light of the local Methodist church, searching for love and security. But Hector is not the man he first appears to be. Will Molly ever be able to find the happiness that once seemed to be within her grasp?

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Beyond the Sunset Reviews


The Blackpool scene at the turn of the century is excellently portrayed - HISTORICAL NOVELS REVIEW

This flowing novel by a Blackpool-born author interlaces cruelty and great passion in the story of a gipsy's curse from the days of Molly Rimmer's great-grandmother - COVENTRY EVENING TELEGRAPH

About Margaret Thornton


Margaret Thornton was born in Blackpool and has lived there all her life. She is a qualified teacher but has retired in order to concentrate on her writing. She has two children and five grandchildren.

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GOR002782219
Beyond the Sunset: A powerfully evocative Victorian saga of love and hope by Margaret Thornton
Margaret Thornton
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Headline Publishing Group
2001-04-05
480
0747268282
9780747268284
N/A
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