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Cover of: The lost garden | Jane Aiken Hodge
About the Book

She was the illegitimate daughter of a wealthy duke. Everyone knew except her.

Caroline Thorpe - no great beauty, but a real little charmer - was summoned to the home of the Duke of Cley.

The Duke's household was a strange one, and his home not the happiest place to be. "Don't think," said Charlotte, "that Amelia and I are going to be sisters to you. We won't, Miss Bastard Thorpe."

So when young Tremadoc (who wrote poetry, very bad poetry) asked her to elope with him to Gretna Green, she readily agreed.

What a tangle it all was. And it would be even worse before Caroline could sort everything out and discover who were her friends - and who were her enemies.

Classifications

Library of Congress PS3558.O342 L6 1982
Dewey 813/.54

5 editions First published in 1982

Edition Read Locate Buy
Cover of: The Lost Garden
The Lost Garden
October 1, 2002, House of Stratus Ltd
Paperback
Cover of: The lost garden
The lost garden
1983, Coronet
in English
Cover of: Lost Garden (Ulverscroft Large Print)
Lost Garden (Ulverscroft Large Print)
October 1983, Ulverscroft Large Print
Hardcover in English - Large Prnt edition
Cover of: The lost garden
The lost garden
1982, Hodder and Stoughton
in English
Cover of: The lost garden
The lost garden
1982, Coward, McCann & Geoghegan
in English - 1st American ed.

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