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Sandstorm by June Knox-Mawer
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Sandstorm

by June Knox-Mawer

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Summer of 1913, and eighteen-year-old Rose was embarking on a new life as the bride of Captain Geoffrey Chetwynd. Far from home, tied forever to this man she barely knew, Rose felt unsure: Geoffrey was becoming an enigma to her, the charm that wooed her changed to vicious neglect, his real desires a dangerous mystery.… (more)

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Bought this from ebay after reading June Knox-Mawer's autobiographical book A Ram in th Well from Bangor University Library. Really enjoyed it, well written, interesting characters and background, and a compelling story. ( )
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A saga of passion and betrayal played out in Arabia.

In the summer of 1913, the newly-married Rose sets out for Arabia. Discovering that the marriage was undertaken by her husband as a cover for his homosexuality, she becomes involved in a scandalous affair with a young Arab prince. Only the power of their love can overcome violence and tragedy.
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