Sue Hull


Sue Hull is the author of "Mara Haviland", a soaring saga of love, betrayal, and adventure during the English Civil War and the early years of the American colonies. Writing as Suzanne W. Hull, Sue wrote two non-fiction books: "Chaste, Silent & Obedient: English Books for Women 1475-1640" (1982, 1988), and "Women According to Men: The World of Tudor-Stuart Women" (1996; in Japanese 2003). All her books are available in printed form at She was a director of the Huntington Library, where she founded its Women's Studies Group, and president of the YWCA of Los Angeles. Ms. Hull died in 2006.

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Mara Haviland
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 138,520. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2009 by Jim Hull. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » European
The lovely and spirited Mara Haviland, heiress to a large English estate, finds her world overturned when she is betrayed by a powerful man, and she must journey -- first across Cromwell's war-torn 1640s Britain, then to the dangers of the New World -- in her quest to restore her rightful life and regain the man she loves. " . . . A lively, thoughtful, and enduring heroine . . . "

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