The Wings of Morning
Against the backdrop of a Scottish island, Victorian London, and the Florida coast, Abigail McQueen overcomes a tragedy and vows to find the cure for the plague that killed her son. By the author of Circle of Gold. 15,000 first printing.
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THE WINGS OF MORNINGUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A lively, satisfying 19th-century romance—and second hardcover for Harper (Circle of Gold, 1992—not reviewed)—that moves from the remote Scottish island of St. Kilda to Victorian London and finally ... Read full review
The wings of morningUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
On the Outer Hebridean island of St. Kilda, Abigail MacQueen suffers the suspicion of the islanders because of her parents' unconventional lives and deaths. When she marries her beloved Douglas, she ... Read full review