Passage Home

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Avon Books, 1991 - Fiction - 656 pages
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From frontier America to a tawdry barroom stage, to the bustling city of Liverpool, indomitable Rachel Dean battles the constraints that bind nineteenth-century women to find love and to build the greatest steamship in the world

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User Review  - Lynn - Goodreads

Very good read. I like the characters, and the way they are portrayed without cliches. I also like the way McLeay takes her time to tell the story, fleshing it out without just hurrying from one dramatic scene to the next. Read full review

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