Rag Nymph

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Rag Nymph

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When Millie Foresters mother abandons her one late June afternoon in 1854, the girl bursts unexpectedly into Aggie Winkowskis life. Aggie, known locally as Raggie Aggie for her long-established business of trading rags and old clothes, knows the dangers waiting for such a strikingly pretty girl left alone in this rough and vice-ridden quarter, and sees no other option When Millie Foresters mother abandons her one late June afternoon in 1854, the girl bursts unexpectedly into Aggie Winkowskis life. Aggie, known locally as Raggie Aggie for her long-established business of trading rags and old clothes, knows the dangers waiting for such a strikingly pretty girl left alone in this rough and vice-ridden quarter, and sees no other option but to take her in. But what begins as a compassionate solution soon leads to the development of a new, deepening relationship that is to mould Millies destiny, and give new meaning to the lift of Aggie Winkowski . . . The Rag Nymph is a gripping historical novel, embracing the good and evil of the Victorian era.


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When Millie Foresters mother abandons her one late June afternoon in 1854, the girl bursts unexpectedly into Aggie Winkowskis life. Aggie, known locally as Raggie Aggie for her long-established business of trading rags and old clothes, knows the dangers waiting for such a strikingly pretty girl left alone in this rough and vice-ridden quarter, and sees no other option When Millie Foresters mother abandons her one late June afternoon in 1854, the girl bursts unexpectedly into Aggie Winkowskis life. Aggie, known locally as Raggie Aggie for her long-established business of trading rags and old clothes, knows the dangers waiting for such a strikingly pretty girl left alone in this rough and vice-ridden quarter, and sees no other option but to take her in. But what begins as a compassionate solution soon leads to the development of a new, deepening relationship that is to mould Millies destiny, and give new meaning to the lift of Aggie Winkowski . . . The Rag Nymph is a gripping historical novel, embracing the good and evil of the Victorian era.
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Title Rag Nymph Height 10.6
Catherine Cookson Width 2.7
ISBN-13 9780552136839 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 Spine Width
Publisher corgi Pages 432
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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