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Voices From The Sea

Evelyn Hood

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

* Romantic saga set in Scotland at the beginning of the 19th century.

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Romantic saga set in Scotland at the beginning of the 19th century.

It is 1865 and Eppie, a young widow with a child to bring up, can't believe her luck when she gets the position of housekeeper to wealthy widower Alexander Geddes. He and his teenage son, Duncan, are a dream to work for, but the daughter, Lydia, is moody, spoiled and temperamental - and convinced that Eppie has designs on Alexander. But Eppie is no gold-digger and Alexander Geddes has intentions that are purely honourable. Intentions that begin to lean in the direction of Lydia's governess - Eppie's sister Marion.
Yet although the attraction is mutual, its development is slow. For there are other tensions not only in the household but also in the community. Refusing to train as a physician, Duncan is set on following his heart's desire, to side with his stepmother's kin and pursue his dreams of quarrying the precious local marble. Eppie, now almost a member of the family, feels partly responsible for the rift between father and son. She feels even more responsible when Duncan returns home with a stranger who has a mysterious past...

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Praise for Voices From The Sea

  • Evelyn Hood has been called Scotland's Catherine Cookson. Unfair. She has her own distinctive voice - SCOTS MAGAZINE

  • Hood is immaculate in her historical detail - GLASGOW HERALD

  • An extremely good read - HISTORICAL NOVELS REVIEW

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Evelyn Hood

Author of 28 published novels, Evelyn Hood has had a variety of jobs, including being a journalist and a poultry farmer. She is now a full time writer, best known for her family sagas, set mainly in her home town of Paisley (Renfrewshire) and on the Clyde coast, where she now lives. Evelyn has also written several one-act stage plays, which are regularly performed all over the world, as well as short stories, pantomimes and children's musicals.

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