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Beyond the Sunset by Margaret Thornton

Beyond the Sunset

by Margaret Thornton

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Molly Rimmer, swept up in the atmosphere of celebration on the evening of Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1897, accompanies her friend Flo to the centre of Blackpool. During the festivities she meets Joss, a distinguished gentleman who is clearly smitten by her. Her future seems full of promise but her dreams are dashed when tragedy strikes her family and she has to take responsibility for her siblings, leaving her ambitions, and Joss, behind. Life is a struggle but in time she marries Hector Stubbins, believing she has found love and security, but Hector is not the man he first appears to be....… (more)

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