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Carrie Burgess lives a charmed life in the stationmaster's cottage at Partick, her only problem being her mothers disapproval of her closeness to labourer Ewen Livingstone. Family tragedy brings poverty though, and Carrie marries Matt Campbell. Her devotion to Ewen however, remains unchanged.
Unknown Binding, 435 pages
Published October 5th 2000 by Not Avail (first published June 22nd 1905)
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lovely easy read that chugged along quite nicely but kind of far fetched but interesting to read a bit about Scotland. Will definately read some more of hers
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I'm a Scottish writer of fiction and non-fiction and love the beauty and the history of my native land. I've expressed my enthusiasm for the latter through non-fiction books. These include the definitive study of women's involvement in the 1745 Jacobite Rising, Damn' Rebel Bitches: The Women of the '45, described by one critic as a 'modern classic.' I later published its companion volume Bare-Arse ...more
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