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The ninth child

Magnusson, Sally2020
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Scotland, 1856 After years of trying, doctor's wife Isabel Aird has given up hope of ever becoming a mother - despite being pregnant once more. She follows her husband Alexander away from their cosseted existence in the city to the site of a huge engineering project in Loch Katrine, which will deliver clean water to a disease-ridden Glasgow. And amidst the wilderness of the Scottish Highlands, Isabel begins to discover a new sort of freedom. But the appearance of Robert Kirke casts an ominous shadow over her tentative happiness. A tormented figure from the past who has made a bargain for his soul, he has his eye on Isabel's unborn child.
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryAdult Fiction - GeneralMAGNAvailable
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