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by Wendy Robertson

ePub Honesty's Daughter download
Author:
Wendy Robertson
ISBN13:
978-0747272175
ISBN:
0747272174
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Publisher:
Gardners Books; First Edition edition (August 31, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Genre Fiction
ePub file:
1499 kb
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1259 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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981

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Perfect for fans of Josephine Cox and Rosie Goodwin. ' Robertson handles skilfully a transitional world in which both values and people change.

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An absorbing paranormal novelStella is pretty relaxed about her gift of second sight, but her happy-go-lucky attitude to her gift screeches to a halt when Siri, her twelve-year-old daughter, is savagely murdered and Stella can find her daughter nowhere, in this world or the next. Then, in the old French town of Agde, she meets Louis, a clever, mysterious man, and a young boy who is always near him.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780747266068. Release Date:May 2004.

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Wendy Robertson, County Durham. Wendy Robertson is a consummate practitioner of the crossover novel, one foot in the 'now' the other in the 'then' but with this book she has planted both feet firmly on the same historical path and the results are wonderful. About creating writing, publishing and selling long fiction  . The Pathfinder' has allowed me to bury two of my reading bête noirs. One is that I don't like historical fiction, the other is that I avoid books that make me cry. However this book has confounded both of these prejudices.

Wendy Darling – Wendy is the eldest child, their only daughter, and the protagonist of the novel. She loves the idea of homemaking and storytelling and wants to become a mother; her dreams consist of adventures in a little woodland house with her pet wolf. Captain James Hook is the vengeful pirate who lives to kill Peter Pan, not so much because Peter cut off his right hand, but because the boy is "cocky" and drives the genteel pirate to "madness".