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Karen from the Mill: A Novel from the Golden Age of Sail

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The town of S?nderho on the island of Fan?, is off the west coast of mainland Denmark. On a dune at the edge of town, the windmill stands watch and at its foot lies a red brick farmhouse with a thatched roof. Here begins the tale of Karen Andersen, the miller's eldest child, who would fly with the lark but whose heart can never forget the mill. It is 1875 and the golden ...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published May 30th 2005 by Beaver's Pond Press
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