The Mallen Girl

The Mallen Girl

Large Print - 1981
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Even as a child, Barbara was beautiful. But as her beauty grew so did the affliction which shadowed it: she was becoming totally deaf. Yet living in an almost silent world protected her from a worse affliction -- to know the truth of her own origins. Among the surrounding hills and valleys of Northumberland, it was a long-relished scandal. People spoke of her as "the Mallen girl", seeing in her proud nature -- and the determination with which she already pursued her handsome cousin Michael Radlet -- the heritage of High Banks Hall, where old Thomas Mallen had ruled until he came to ruin and disgrace.
Publisher: Anstey, [England] : Thorpe, 1981, c1973
Edition: Large print ed. --
ISBN: 9780708906415
Branch Call Number: LP FIC Cooks 92cn 01
Characteristics: 457 p. ; 23 cm. --


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