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Broome Park

Stephen Cowell

Beyond her estates in the comfort and familiarity of rural Hampshire, Jane Dunhaughton knows little of life. 

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-635-5
Published : 27/08/2020
Pages : 394
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Stephen Cowell

Stephen Cowell was educated at UCL and Harvard and is an Honorary Fellow of Northumbria University. He lives in Northumberland and is the author of Demise of the Military Hero. A successful entrepreneur, Stephen's interests are now cricket and rugby, restoring gardens and walking his dog, Betty, in the wonderful countryside of Northumberland.

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Beyond her estates in the comfort and familiarity of rural Hampshire, Jane Dunhaughton knows little of life. How little, she discovers upon leaving her ailing father because, wary of the violence of the suffragettes, she seeks a worthy meaning to her life in humanitarian work in the Boer War, instead.

How could she suspect her world would change once Kitchener's policy of concentration camps takes her to the heart of the darkest side of human conflict? Can a daughter of privilege, to whom London was a revelation, find any steel when the plight of Boer women and children leaves her helpless with horror, none of which will be a revelation to the British public if Kitchener has his way?

Steel she will need when her father's death puts her in the pocket of the man who inherits her home - after the war has ended, has Lord Kitchener finished with Jane Dunhaughton?

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