Dilly Court The Workhouse Girl

ISBN 13: 9780099562597

The Workhouse Girl

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Would her life always be one of poverty and struggle? The gripping new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Best of Daughters.
     Circumstances force eight-year-old Sarah Scrase and her widowed mother Ellen to enter St Giles and St George's Workhouse in Bloomsbury. 

     When Ellen dies in childbirth, an independent-minded, spirited Sarah falls foul of Workhouse Master Trigg and his cruel wife.

     Sarah's ordeal seems to be over when philanthropist and sugar mill owner James Arbuthnot takes her into his home. 

     But her wealthy benefactor reports Trigg and his wife. And blaming Sarah for their misfortune, in a fit of revenge the couple decide to take the law into their own hands.

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DILLY COURT grew up in North-east London and began her career in television, writing scripts for commercials. She is married with two grown-up children and four grandchildren, and now lives in Dorset on the beautiful Jurassic Coast with her husband. She is the author of seventeen novels and also writes under the name of Lily Baxter.


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Dilly Court
Published by Arrow (2013)
ISBN 10: 0099562596 ISBN 13: 9780099562597
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Revaluation Books
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Book Description Arrow, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 480 pages. 9.45x6.34x1.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0099562596

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