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by Ann Cliff
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Industry in Yorkshire is booming and the cities are expanding. Facing eviction from her Yorkshire farm after the death of her parents, red-haired Sally Mason refuses to accept that a woman is not capable of independence. Luke is often away and Rose is left to face sinister Lord Barrington and the mysterious dark people of Haunted Creek, and to fight a secret love for Erik, who saves her life. When Luke is killed Rose decides to stay on, but how can a woman survive with a small child in that wild country?
Ann Cliff was born in Yorkshire and brought up in a farming family
Ann Cliff was born in Yorkshire and brought up in a farming family. Despite currently living in Australia, she writes frequently about nineteenth century Yorkshire and her previous novels, which include Summer by the Sea, Poacher's Moon and Raven's Gold, are also published by Robert Hale. One fee. Stacks of books.
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The White Rose of York (also called the Rose alba or rose argent), a white heraldic rose, is the symbol of the House of York and has since been adopted as a symbol of Yorkshire as a whole
The White Rose of York (also called the Rose alba or rose argent), a white heraldic rose, is the symbol of the House of York and has since been adopted as a symbol of Yorkshire as a whole.
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Away from her books, she enjoyed walks across the Pennines and leisurely . But Ann was fraught with anxiety.
Away from her books, she enjoyed walks across the Pennines and leisurely, tea-filled soirées with her well-heeled friends. While these appeared innocent enough they were the ideal cover for Anne, who used them to explore her increasingly insatiable sexual appetite. Anne resumed her affairs with Yorkshire’s eligible women, Mariana’s older sister Anne among them. But she confided in her diaries the pain caused by Mariana. Confused about her closeness to another woman and still grieving over the deaths of her fiancé and parents, she asked for six months to deliberate her decision.
The Yorkshire Rose is a bar and fine-dining restaurant in Warfield, with a modern bar-area and picturesque beer garden. We are a dog-friendly venue but politely request that all dogs remain in the garden area only.
At the age of 14, Susan Wood is left with two younger brothers while her father is sent to prison for forgery. She works for her neighbors, Martin Gill and his wife, who do their best to help the children. When his wife dies, Martin finds work for Susan at the Mermaid Inn and then abandons her there. Susan survives but dislikes town life and eventually takes a job as a cook with Andrew Jordan, the solicitor responsible for her father's trouble. Meanwhile, Martin Gill keeps his distance. He loves Susan, but feels that he is too old for her. Can Susan clear the family name and achieve happiness?