The Marsh King's Daughter

The Marsh King's Daughter

Large Print - 1999
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England 1216: Unwanted and unloved, Miriel Weaver is forced to a convent by her violent stepfather. Her plan to escape crystallises with the arrival of recuperating soldier of fortune Nicholas de Caen. Miriel sees in his pride and self-sufficiency a kindred spirit and, once he is well enough to leave, a way out. The two part in Nottingham on bad terms but following a chance meeting, they agree to call a truce. As the truce becomes friendship and then passion, they realise the events triggered by their first meeting could now ensure they never know the pleasure of living...
Publisher: Long Preston, North Yorkshire : Magna Large Print Books, c1999
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9780750525060
Branch Call Number: LPF CHA NVD
Characteristics: 540 p. (large print) ; 24 cm


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