A Handful of Silver
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A Handful of Silver

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Ezra Cosmore sentences his son, Morgan, to a loveless marriage with wheelchair-bound Esther Kerral, believing the girl will bring with her a dowry to save his business. Esther finds she must struggle not only to find happiness, but to build a business of her own and triumph over her disability.
Paperback, 375 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Hodder & Stoughton (first published 1997)
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Deviki
I started reading this book during my vacation ......
I liked this book from the begining itself....it had a strong start and i like her courage and her willingness to help people. The twist was a shock LOL....and i was also sad that Miri had to die in this book :)
A good book to read at anytime :)
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