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Twilight time

Author: Emma Blair
Publisher: London : Sphere, 2018. ©2004
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Devon, 1919. The Devonshire village of Ford is full of excitement and curiosity at the arrival of their new doctor, the dashing young Scotsman Jamie Murray. Among the fluttering female hearts are sisters Maggs and Crista Fletcher. And though Maggs frequents the local pub, the Angel, in the hope of a chance meeting with the young doctor, it is Crista to whom Jamie has taken a shine. Not that Maggs is exactly drinking  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Historical fiction
History
Romance fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emma Blair
ISBN: 9780751573602 0751573604
OCLC Number: 1076519134
Notes: "Her young carefree days are over, and heartbreak is on the horizon"--Cover.
Originally published in Great Britain in 2004 by Time Warner Books.
Description: 406 pages ; 20 cm
Responsibility: Emma Blair.

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Devon, 1919. The Devonshire village of Ford is full of excitement and curiosity at the arrival of their new doctor, the dashing young Scotsman Jamie Murray. Among the fluttering female hearts are sisters Maggs and Crista Fletcher. And though Maggs frequents the local pub, the Angel, in the hope of a chance meeting with the young doctor, it is Crista to whom Jamie has taken a shine. Not that Maggs is exactly drinking on her own. Her admirers include Dickie Trippett, her childhood sweetheart, now scarred for life in the First World War, and handsome, confident and rich Rupert Swain, son and heir to the local paper mill. For Maggs, there is no contest as to where her affections lie: Rupert wins hands down. Except that Rupert is a member of the most hated family in Ford: the Swains run the paper mill in the most ruthless and cruel fashion, paying the lowest rates in dangerous working conditions. And just as Maggs cannot reveal the object of her love, Rupert wouldn't dream of doing so either. As far as he's concerned, she is just another village girl to be loved and left.

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