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Sixpenny Girl

by Meg Hutchinson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0340824832, Paperback)

Saran Chandler sees her mother and baby sister sold by her evil stepfather, Enoch Jacobs, and only escapes the same fate herself when Enoch falls into the canal and drowns. She is determined to reunite her family, but has no money or friends—until she meets Luke Hipton, and they build a life and business together in a miserable Black Country town. She comes into conflict with the local depraved businessman, Zadok Minch. He wants both Saran and her property, but when she discovers that he was the man who bought her family, she vows undying revenge.

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Saran Chandler's mother and sister are sold to another man by her stepfather. Saran escapes the same fate, and travels to Wednesbury with a young man. There she is able to help impoverished labourers, but she must go through many hardships before she finds wealth and happiness.… (more)

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