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Born in squalid London at the turn of the eighteenth century, a girl makes a fresh start in the New World Fanny's father, Henry Harding, has known Oliver Barebones since the two men were children. Together they survived the Great Plague and the Great Fire, and now they are rich, middle-aged, and unmarried. Everyone's shocked when Oliver, a lifelong bachelor, falls headfirst for a superstitious young girl named Rose. In two days he's decided to marry her. For the Hardings and the Barebones, it will be years before they find such happiness again. Ruin comes to them all in the shape of Alfred Montagu, a cold-hearted moneylender who ensnares them in crushing debt and schemes to marry Fanny. After her father dies, Fanny attempts to take refuge in France. It's not far enough to escape her troubles, so with Oliver and Rose, she departs for a far-off place called Connecticut, dodging Montagu by diving into the teeth of dangers no London girl could ever imagine.
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subject_facetAdventure fiction
Audiobooks
Christopher, Paul (Fictitious character) -- Fiction
Electronic books
Fiction
Historical fiction
Intelligence service -- United States -- Fiction
New England -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Fiction
Sound recordings
Spy stories
title_displayThe bride of the wilderness
title_fullThe bride of the wilderness [electronic resource] / Charles McCarry
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History
Intelligence service