Whittington Manor I Claire Louise Voet (2010)
Fiction / Historical
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About this book
Whittington Manor is a Second World War love story. It is 1939 Sarah
Whittington is a young girl of 16 years, the youngest child of Lord and Lady
Whittington. She meets Joe Lambert, a land worker from Portsmouth, their
coincidental meeting on top of Portsdown Hill, Portchester was the start of
a very special love, but coming from two extremely different social
backgrounds, Sarah and Joe are forced to keep their love secret until war
breaks out and Joe is sent to fight for England, while Sarah follows her
dream of being a nurse.
When Sarah is told that Joe has been killed in the war, Sarah falls into the
arms of Edward Hamilton. By manipulating his way into the family, Edward’s
cunning plan pays off when Sarah agrees to marry him. All he has to do is
wait until her 21st birthday to get his hands on her fortune.
In a startling turn of events a body is found brutally murdered on the
grounds of Portchester Castle, the evidence points to Sarah as the main
suspect and she is arrested for murder. The battle is on for Mr Shaw,
Sarah’s solicitor, to save her but has she really lost everything and
everyone around her? Her fate suddenly takes an unexpected turn, when a
ghost from the past proves otherwise.
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