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His brother Meanwhile incensed by his daughters’ ingratitude Lord Craigiehall has plans of his own for the future of his estates These plans involve him with the notorious society hostess Lady Valerie Oliphant as well as a pretty little actress whose wiles are than eual to his own

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She does not bow to his will Soon however Nicola is drawn into the web of city life and is courted by Grant’s dashing young brother Gillon Innocent country girl or not she is not dazzled by Gillon’s wit or deceived by his promises for Gillon is penniless if no less ambitious than

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On the brink of a disastrous marriage Nicola Templeton finally rebels and flees to seek refuge with her sister Charlotte’s own runaway marriage has already turned their father into an implacable foe and it seems that Nicola too may be cut off from her share of the family estate if

  • Paperback
  • 464
  • The Fields of Fortune
  • Jessica Stirling
  • English
  • 07 January 2018
  • 9780340834930

About the Author: Jessica Stirling

Hugh C Rae incially in collaboration with Peggie Coghlan and later aloneHugh Crauford Rae was born on November 22 1935 in Glasgow Scotland UK son of Isobel and Robert Rae He published his first stories aged 11 in the Robin comic winning a cricket bat the same year in a children’s writing competition After graduating from secondary school he worked as an assistant in the antiuarian department of John Smith's bookshop At work he met her future wife Elizabeth Published since 1963 he started to wrote suspense novels as Hugh C Rae but he also used the pseudonyms of Robert Crawford RB Houston Stuart Stern with S Ungar and James Albany On 1973 his novel The Shooting Gallery was nominee by the Edgar Award On 1974 he wrote the first few romance novels with Peggie Coghlan using the popular pseudonym Jessica Stirling However when she retired 7 years after the first book was published he continued writing than 30 on his own and also as Caroline Crosby His female pseudonyms first became widely known in 1999 when The Wind from the Hills was shortlisted for Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association Widowed nine years ago Hugh died on September 24 2014 at the age of 78

2 thoughts on “The Fields of Fortune

  1. says:

    A good bookThis book was completely different to my usual type but is a very good book Well worth reading I hope you will all enjoy it

  2. says:

    An elderly friend of mine lent me this not a book I would normally have selected to read And I haven't read anything by Stirling before For my friend's sake I got down to reading it uickly and to my surprise I found it an enjoyable tale Somewhat in the style of Georgette Heyer meets Lewis Grassic Gibbon Lots of Scottish detail especially about old Edinburgh make it evocative of a bygone era Light entertaining and easily finished

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