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Shadows at Bowerly Hall / Carol MacLean.

By: MacLean, Carol [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Linford romance library: Publisher: Leicester : Thorpe, 2017Edition: Large print edition.Description: 248 p. (large print) ; 19 cm.ISBN: 9781444831863; 1444831860.Subject(s): Governesses -- England -- Fiction | Secrets -- Fiction | Yorkshire (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Love stories.Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: Forced to work as a governess after the death of her father, Amelia Thorne travels north to Yorkshire and the isolated Bowerly Hall. Charles, Viscount Bowerly, is a darkly brooding employer, and Amelia is soon convinced that the stately home holds secrets and danger in its shadows. Then a spate of burglaries in the county raises tensions amongst the villagers and servants, and Amelia finds herself on the hunt for the culprit. Can Charles be trusted?
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Large Print Eltham LibraryPlus
Large Print
Large Print MacLEAN (Browse shelf) Available i2164343
Romance Stratford
Large Print
Large Print MCL (Browse shelf) Available A00790863
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Forced to work as a governess after the death of her father, Amelia Thorne travels north to Yorkshire and the isolated Bowerly Hall. Charles, Viscount Bowerly, is a darkly brooding employer, and Amelia is soon convinced that the stately home holds secrets and danger in its shadows. Then a spate of burglaries in the county raises tensions amongst the villagers and servants, and Amelia finds herself on the hunt for the culprit. Can Charles be trusted?

Forced to work as a governess after the death of her father, Amelia Thorne travels north to Yorkshire and the isolated Bowerly Hall. Charles, Viscount Bowerly, is a darkly brooding employer, and Amelia is soon convinced that the stately home holds secrets and danger in its shadows. Then a spate of burglaries in the county raises tensions amongst the villagers and servants, and Amelia finds herself on the hunt for the culprit. Can Charles be trusted?

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