The Judas Touch - Meg Hutchinson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340738626 / Author: Meg Hutchinson / Genre: Fiction / When Tam's brother Benjie is wrongly accused of theft, and locked in a prison cell, his sister makes a solemn promise that she will not let the little lad down. But Fate makes her break her word almost immediately: ... more
The Judas Touch - Meg Hutchinson ... Benjie is transported to Australia and Tam must embark upon an epic journey to find him. Friendless and penniless, she makes her way to Bristol, finding employment as a lady's maid on board the Porpoise, a ship bound for the colonies.
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Pages: 528, Edition: New Ed, Paperback, Hodder Paperbacks
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
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that I would otherwise probably never get to read, like the one I will now review for you. The book in question is - "A handful of silver by Meg Hutchinson". The story starts with a conversation between a father and son, concerning the flailing family business, with the business centring around steel. The money is getting dangerously low, and the father (a hard faced and hard hearted man) has struck an agreement with a fellow business man, and (as he thinks anyway!) a man of much fortune. The deal is that Ezra s only born son will marry Jos Kerrals only daughter, though this is not the only condition, the fact is Jos s daughter has been crippled since ...
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