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Jean Plaidy: Daughter of Satan Jean Plaidy: Daughter of Satan Jean Plaidy: Daughter of Satan Jean Plaidy: Daughter of Satan

Even Tamar's mother beleived the child had been forced on her by the devil, and Tamar grew into a wild and beautiful girl in an Elizabethan world of superstition and intolerance.
Two men caused passion and piety to war within her – Bartle Cavill, lusty gallant home from the Spanish Main, and Humility Brown, the Puritan.
Tamar braved fanaticism and persecution, plague and tempest, pirates and savages, to leave Plymouth and look for freedom and love in the New World-where her old sins would not be remembered…

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 1952

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Pan Books, London, 1956
284 oldal

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