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Title:The Tea Planter's Daughter
Author: Janet MacLeod Trotter
Translated by:Maria Child
Cover design by:Fideliya Koseva
Pages:464 pages
Size:14 х 21 см cm
Price:18,00 lv.
1905, India. The careless life of Clarissa Belhaven and her younger sister Olive in the tea plantation Belguri is threatened by the drinking problems and debts of their father. Wesley Robson, an arrogant young rival businessman, offers to help save the plantation but in return he wants to marry the beautiful Clarie which is something her father will never allow. When John Belhaven suddenly dies, his daughters are forced to turn for help to their father's cousin in Newcastle. However, the town turns out to be pretty different from what the two sisters expected.
In Newcastle Clarie is shocked by the desperate poverty she witnesses and starts to dream of opening her own tea shop. In search of a better life for Olive and herself, Clarie managed to escape from the despotic wife of her cousin and takes a job as a housekeeper at the house of the lawyer Herbert Stock. But the vindictive son of Herbert, Bertie, is angry of the warm welcome which Clarie receives and is determined to ruin her life. Then Wesley Robson comes back to Clarie's life and brings shocking revelation...
The astonishing world of tea plantations in India and the tea market during the Edwardian era is a lovely background of this tragic and compelling novel about the power of family, friendship and love, resisting all tests of time.

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