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TREGARON'S DAUGHTER
Bibliophile price: £5.00
Written by the winner of the Romantic Novelists' Association Award in 1978, these novels are now available in paperback editions. Madeleine Brent was the pseudonym used by Peter O'Donnell, creator of Modesty Blaise. Cadi Tregaron is the 16 year old daughter of a Cornish fisherman who is happy with her life but troubled by a recurring dream of a great house standing in water and of the faceless man who waits for her there. When cruelly orphaned, Cadi is taken into a wealthy family but is too self-reliant to be spoilt by this change in fortune for her own good. In her new life at Meadhaven she finds mystery, danger and a hidden enemy - the wayward Richard Morton or the grey-eyed stranger who is always watching, or Lucian Farrel, whose face now haunts her dreams. When Cadi finds that the house standing in water of her dream is a reality, she discovers that she is bound to it by ancestry and she comes to know heartbreak and grief, she must learn the terrifying truth about her past. A romping gothic adventure and a great romantic thriller. 350 facsimile reprint of the 1971 original, with rather small print and too much white space round the edges, but still worth reading. Paperback.

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