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Cotton Candy Paperback – 22 Apr 2005
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Christie Farrell is the eldest daughter of a plantation owner in Charleston, South Carolina. She leads a sheltered existence until her father decides that she should marry. The story depicts Christie's development from privileged daughter, via physical and mental scars and challenges, to a generous and complete woman. Jean Morley writes with humour and compassion and the atmosphere of eighteenth-century plantation living in Charleston and village customs in England are vividly brought to life.
About the Author
Jean Morley was born in Lincoln but has spent most of her life in Wiltshire. Here she taught City and Guilds Sugarcraft for many years. Now retired, she indulges in watercolour painting and writing. Her ecletic range of short stories have been entered in competitions, read to groups and broadcast on radio. Cotton Candy is her third novel.
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