Noble Deeds by Christine Marion Fraser

Spring 1893 brings many changes to the village of Corran, not least for Anna McIntyre. 

Now a young woman, she is free from her father, Roderick’s, brutal regime, and has started a new life as companion to the lovely Lady Pandora of Noble House. Sadly, though, Anna’s happiness is not to last …

Because, when Iron Rod McIntyre fails to fetch the price he expected for his hardworking daughter, he wants her back where she belongs. And although Anna and her brothers, Magnus and Adam, try to make the best of things at home, Roderick draws his band of repression ever tighter.

Then, at last, comes a ray of hope, and a chance to confront the bullying Roderick once and for all…

About the author…

Christine Marion Fraser began her life in the tenements of the Govan district of Glasgow just after the war. At the age of ten, she contracted a rare muscular disease and has been in a wheelchair ever since. She now lives with her husband in Argyllshire. A keen reader and storyteller, Christine started writing at the age of five, and got the idea for her first novel, while on holiday in the Hebrides. Noble Deeds is the second in Christine Marion Fraser’s new series, following Noble Beginnings.

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