The Daughters of Blane

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Set against the turbulent events of the 1890s and moving from the Western Isles of Scotland to London society, from slum life in Edinburgh to a palazzo in Venice, and finally to the battlefields of the Boer war, The Daughters of Blane is the passionate and ultimately triumphant story of three women who refuse to fit the mould society has made for them.

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Published by Anthemion
Words: 207,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9781907873119

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Review by: Eleena Hecker on April 21, 2012 : (no rating)
I really enjoyed this book. Would like to find more by this author.
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