Trotter, Janet MacLeod: The Jarrow Lass.

Trotter, Jasnet MacLeod - The Jarrow Lass. BCA, 2001.

Brought up on her parents' samllholding in Jarrow, Rose knows she is luckier than many in Tyneside during the harsh years of the 1870s. At least she and her family aren't reliant on the unpredictable labour at the local shipyards to put food on the table. But she can't help dreaming of the world she knows exists beyond the fug (sic?) and grime of her Jarrow home - a world she has glimpsed in the idyllic country estate of Ravensworth where her own mother grey up. ... (flap). 8" x 5", 312pp, black cloth, gold blocking, hardback.

Probably unread; Xmas inscription in top-front corner of front-free endpaper; fine (no bumps, not ex-library) complete with very good (slight edge-wear; tiny edge-tear near top-front corner of front-panel) wrapper.

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