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Stormswift by Madeleine Brent

Stormswift (1984)

by Madeleine Brent

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Deep in the mountain wilderness of the Hindu Kush, a seventeen year old English girl endures an ordeal as a slave in the tribal kingdom of Shul before at last there comes the chance of escape for Lalla, as she is called, who believes herself to be Jemimah Lawley, heiress to the great house and estate of Witchwood. On the hazardous journey of escape across Afghanistan with a man who hates her, she hears for the first time a name that will later echo menacingly in her life…the name Stormswift. Once home, she faces the shock of being compelled to doubt her own identity. Is she truly Jemimah Lawley, or is she suffering from delusion caused by her degrading ordeal as Lalla of Shul? Soon she is plunged into a new world, and mystery after mystery unfolds, but strangest of all is the mystery which causes Lalla of Shul to return to the barbaric land of her captivity, there to encounter the dark shadows of death and disaster before she at last finds the happiness she believed could never be hers.
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The heiress to an opulent 19th-century estate is taken captive and sold into slavery. She vows to survive every humiliation and return to the land of her birth.

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