Capitola the Madcap

Front Cover, Limited, 2006 - Fiction
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The strong-headed and courageous protagonist in this work is inspiring. The story follows her from meager beginnings to the turn-of-fortune event that leads her to a new world of expeditions. From escaping kidnap attempts to fighting-off evil men, the book offers a refreshing experience.

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About the author (2006)

As would be the case with many of the female romance writers who followed her, Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth began writing because she needed the money to support her family after she separated from her husband, Frederick Southworth, in 1843. Her first novel, Retribution (1849), was a success, and Southworth eventually published more than 60 novels and many short stories during her long and prolific career.

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