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The Far Horizon

By Anne Forsyth


1822. Fife, Scotland. Orphaned and alone, Eliza Dunlop has been forced to make her own way in the world. After her employer, Miss Gregory, dies, she is forced to seek a new position. Miss Gregory’s lawyer, who Eliza has never taken to, sends her to be a companion to a young lady, Catriona Stuart. But when Eliza arrives she finds that Catriona speaks hardly any English, and seems a little afraid of her. Curious as to why Catriona is alone and isolated in the grand Shore House Eliza tries to befriend her. But she finds herself getting no nearer to the heart of the mystery. And then one night she wakes up to find a shadowy figure lurking outside the house. What was he doing there? Was he looking for Catriona? As the King of England prepares to visit Scotland, it soon becomes apparent that this sleepy fishing town has become a place of plotting and intrigue…

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