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The girl from Poor House Lane

Author: Freda Lightfoot; Anna Bentinck
Publisher: Long Preston, Nr Skipton : Magna Story House, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Freda Lightfoot returns to her beloved Lakes for her new saga ... The slums of Poor House Lane are no place to bring up a child, and since the death of her husband, Kate has struggled to feed her beloved baby son, relying on hand-outs and charity. When the wealthy, childless Tysons offer to adopt Callum and employ Kate as his nursemaid, she feels compelled to accept, but she is not prepared for the jealousy of Eliot  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Talking books
Domestic fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Freda Lightfoot; Anna Bentinck
ISBN: 1859037771 9781859037775
OCLC Number: 224416575
Notes: Magna Story Sound: SS761.
Performer(s): Read by Anna Bentinck.
Description: 11 audiocassettes (approximately 14 hr., 35 min.) : 1 7/8 ips, 2 track, mono, stereo, digitally recorded ; in cotainer
Responsibility: Freda Lightfoot ; read by Anna Bentinck.

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Freda Lightfoot returns to her beloved Lakes for her new saga ... The slums of Poor House Lane are no place to bring up a child, and since the death of her husband, Kate has struggled to feed her beloved baby son, relying on hand-outs and charity. When the wealthy, childless Tysons offer to adopt Callum and employ Kate as his nursemaid, she feels compelled to accept, but she is not prepared for the jealousy of Eliot Tyson's brother, Charles, who sees Callum as a direct threat to his inheritance. When events take an unexpected turn, Kate finds herself back in Poor House Lane - wondering how to find her missing son.

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