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Marlford by Jacqueline Yallop

By :Jacqueline Yallop



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From the critically acclaimed author Jacqueline Yallop comes a deep, beautiful novel of a young girl who finds that there are two edges to love: that which damages, and that which sets you free.

 Ellie Barton has spent her young life living in the dilapidated manor house with her elderly father. Her duty is to her aristocratic lineage, something of which she is often reminded by those few people around her. But Marlford, the local village founded by her grandfather, is in decay - subsidence from the old salt mines is destroying the buildings, the books in the memorial library are mouldering, and old loyalties and assumptions are shifting. When two idealistic young men decide to squat in the closed wing of the house, they show her a world much wider than Marlford, and Ellie begins to feel trapped beneath the unbearable weight of history and expectation.

Book Information

Format: Paperback

Published: 26/03/2014

Category: Historical Fiction

Pages: 304

Dimensions: 212 x 151mm


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