The Call of the Huntsman

The story opens in 1999 with a grown-up and successful Frances Wiseman looking for Lambecote Grange and its land. The story then flashes back to 1889 and the land owning gentry and life seen through the eyes of Rosina, the grandmother of Frances. We share a century of heartbreaking events with Rosina and her daughter, Sarah. More

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Published by Derwent Press
Published: June 01, 2012
Words: 102,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781846670459
About Nina Whitehouse

Nina Whitehouse lives in a small cottage in Yorkshire. She enjoys theatre, music and meeting interesting people whilst pursuing her love of travel. Her dream day is sitting on a Caribbean beach with a pen a note book and allowing her imagination to create stories triggered by her life experience.

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Review by: Anne Schoeman on Feb. 04, 2013 : (no rating)
I recently purchased this book and I read it in two days. I loved the story,over the years I have made a collection of books that have their background in the Yorkshire area of the UK. This is definitely a must read and will be added to my collection!! The story shows the strength of character and the no nonsense attitude that is the "Yorkshire Lass"!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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