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Feb 18, 2010
| ISBN 9781101185315
Feb 18, 2010 | ISBN 9781101185315
From the author of the #1 international bestseller, The Rose of Sebastopol–an unforgettable historical novel. Still haunted by the death of her brother James seven years ago in World War I, Evelyn Gifford is shocked when a young nurse named Meredith and her six-year-old son appear on her London doorstep. Meredith claims the child is James’s son, and the grief-stricken Evelyn welcomes them into her home. At the same time Evelyn, a struggling attorney, is defending a veteran charged with murdering his wife. She believes her client is innocent, just as she suspects there is more to the story of her “nephew” than meets the eye.
Katharine McMahon is a British historical novelist. She has taught in secondary schools, performed in local theater, and worked as a Royal Literary Fund fellow teaching writing skills at the Universities of Hertfordshire and Warwick. Her titles include The Alchemist’s… More about Katharine McMahon
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