Midsummer Masque book. I really enjoyed this one by Jill Tattersall.
Midsummer Masque book. In a matter of months she had been orphaned and left penniless . For one thing, it takes place in the Regency era, as I believe all of Ms. Tattersall's gothic novels do, instead of in the Victorian era which is much more common. that is what you get with her books. the plot line as well as just keeping all her characters straight can be confusing, the mystery so complex it really can I really enjoyed this one by Jill Tattersall.
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780426130048. Release Date:January 1973. Publisher:TBS The Book Service Ltd.
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I've waited a long time to read Time at Tarragon, the only book in Tattersalls works that I hadn't yet read. Was it worth it? Hmmm. The format Tattersall uses in Time at Tarragon is reflective. We begin with Mary, the heroine, as a very old woman, receiving a tidbit of news that throws her into memories of the past. At nineteen, she was orphaned, with nowhere to go except to an unwelcoming godmother as a lady's maid.
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