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White Camellia : The Suffrage Ladies' Tearoom - by Juliet Greenwood (Paperback)
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1909. Cornwall. Her family ruined, Bea is forced to leave Tressillion House, and self-made business woman Sybil moves in. Owning Tressillion is Sybil’s triumph – but now what? As the house casts its spell over her, as she starts to make friends in the village despite herself, will Sybil be able to build a new life here, or will hatred always rule her heart? Bea finds herself in London, responsible for her mother and sister’s security. Her only hope is to marry Jonathon, the new heir. Desperate for options, she stumbles into the White Camellia tearoom, a gathering place for the growing suffrage movement. For Bea it’s life-changing, can she pursue her ambition if it will heap further scandal on the family?
Number of Pages: 349
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Publisher: Paul & Co Pub Consortium
Author: Juliet Greenwood
Street Date: July 30, 2018
Item Number (DPCI): 248-49-8597
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