Miss Mary's Daughter

by Diney Costeloe

Books of the Month - <b>August</b> eBooks of the Month Historical Fiction Sagas and Romance

Miss Mary's Daughter Synopsis

A new emotional and gritty drama from the bestselling author of The Throwaway Children. After her mother's death, twenty-year-old Sophie Ross is left orphaned, with only her erstwhile nursemaid and faithful friend, Hannah for company. Penniless and little chance of an income, she looks for work as a governess in London to avoid destitution. But unbeknown to Sophie, her mother instructed Hannah to post a letter to Trescadinnick House in Cornwall upon her death. The letter will be the catalyst that changes Sophie's life forever as she learns of her mother's doomed romance and family she left behind in Cornwall. The Penvarrow family welcomes Sophie into their fold, but the new life she's built is threatened by secrets and lies that soon come to light... 

Win the Poldark Series 4 Box set!

Win the Poldark Series 4 Box set!

Closing date: 31/08/2018

We are offering THREE lucky people the chance to win the Series 4 box set of the hit ITV period drama (RRP: £24.99). 1796: To defend Cornwall and those he loves from an empowered George, Ross must learn to play the political game on a journey that takes him to the nation's capital and into new perils. While Demelza manages the Poldark’s affairs at home, Elizabeth moves to further secure her marriage. Drake struggles in resigning Morwenna to life with Osborne and the Enyses are tested as never before. Prime Minister Pitt calls an election and uncertainty grips the country. While Ross watches Cornwall suffer under the power of Truro’s MP, George Warleggan, Demelza’s infidelity leaves her strained between her husband and a lovesick Hugh, who is set to rival George in the upcoming election. The Enyses contemplate having a child and Elizabeth seeks the same to secure her marriage. Meanwhile, Morwenna uses Osborne’s affair with her sister Rowella to keep the reverend’s advances at bay and Demelza seeks to reconcile rival local Lords Falmouth and Basset. The draw closes on the 31st August and the winner will be notified by the 7th September.

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Miss Mary's Daughter Press Reviews

'A treat from the very first page. I could not put it down!' Historical Novel Society on The Sister of St Croix.

'This book bears powerful witness to a grave injustice' Martin Bell on The Lost Soldier.

'A powerful and moving account of the brutality of war itself' Tony Benn on The Lost Soldier.

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ISBN: 9781784976187
Publication date: 09/08/2018
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781784976187
Publication date: 9th August 2018
Author: Diney Costeloe
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 416 pages
Genres: Books of the Month, eBook Favourites, Historical Fiction, Sagas and Romance,
Categories: Sagas, Historical fiction,

About Diney Costeloe

Diney Costeloe, the daughter of a London publisher and encouraged by her father, has written stories and poems all her life.  Trained as a Primary School teacher, she has worked in the East End of London, in Somerset and in the private sector.  To date she has published ten romantic novels under the name of Diney Delancey, several short stories in magazines and on the radio, and many articles and poems.   She has three children who have now left home and she and her husband and dog, share their time between their home in Somerset and their ...

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