Winds of Honour

by Ashleigh Bingham

Sagas and Romance

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Set in India in the 1850s, Ashleigh Bingham's wonderfully evocative novel will transport you to another time and place.

Winds of Honour Synopsis

The Honourable Phoebe Pemberton is blessed with beauty, wit and wealth, but she has one disadvantage that annuls it all: Phoebe is the daughter of the late, disgraceful Lord Pemberton and Harriet Buckley. For years society has shunned the whole Pemberton family.

Early in childhood, Phoebe learns to escape her mother’s iron-fisted determination to teach her the family business of wringing profits from the mills. She dreams of running away, and, when she learns of her mother’s plans to offer her hand in marriage as part of a business transaction, she calls on her friend Toby Grantham for help.

But Harriet’s vengeful fury is aroused, leaving Phoebe tangled in an unexpectedly dark and desperate venture.

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ISBN: 9780709078579
Publication date: 31/05/2005
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd
Format: Hardback

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ISBN: 9780709078579
Publication date: 31st May 2005
Author: Ashleigh Bingham
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd
Format: Hardback
Genres: Sagas and Romance,
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About Ashleigh Bingham

Ashleigh Bingham lives in Queensland. After a career in family therapy she now writes full-time. A love of history and travel has taken her on journeys that provide the exotic settings of her novels. She was awarded the Ruby Award 2004 for Palace of the Winds.

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