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Meridon
by Philippa Gregory

Overview - Meridon knows she does not belong in the dirty, vagabond life of a gypsy bareback rider. The half-remembered vision of another life burns in her heart, even as her beloved sister, Dandy, risks everything for their future. Alone, Meridon follows the urgings of her dream, riding in the moonlight past the rusted gates, up the winding drive to a house -- clutching the golden clasp of the necklace that was her birthright -- home at last to Wideacre.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Meridon knows she does not belong in the dirty, vagabond life of a gypsy bareback rider. The half-remembered vision of another life burns in her heart, even as her beloved sister, Dandy, risks everything for their future. Alone, Meridon follows the urgings of her dream, riding in the moonlight past the rusted gates, up the winding drive to a house -- clutching the golden clasp of the necklace that was her birthright -- home at last to Wideacre. The lost heir of one of England's great estates would take her place as its mistress....

Crowning the extraordinary trilogy that began with "Wideacre" and "The Favored Child, Meridon" is a rich, impassioned tapestry of a young woman's journey from dreams to glittering drawing rooms and elaborate deceits...from a simple hope to a deep and fulfilling love. Set in the savage contrasts of Georgian England -- a time alive with treachery, grandeur, and intrigue -- "Meridon" is Philippa Gregory's masterwork.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780743249317
  • ISBN-10: 0743249313
  • Publisher: Touchstone Books
  • Publish Date: June 2003
  • Page Count: 569

Series: Wideacre Trilogy (Paperback)

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