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A Tissue of Lies

A Tissue of Lies A race against time to save a family name Jenny Corvill mistress of the Waterside Mill in the Scottish Borders town of Galashiels was looking forward to taking it easy as a new wife But when her sis

  • Title: A Tissue of Lies
  • Author: Tessa Barclay
  • ISBN: 9780727865892
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A race against time to save a family name Jenny Corvill, mistress of the Waterside Mill in the Scottish Borders town of Galashiels, was looking forward to taking it easy as a new wife But when her sister in law disappears with a dashing young playboy, the Corvill family is plunged into disaster Jenny must undertake a terrifying and dangerous journey into the seedA race against time to save a family name Jenny Corvill, mistress of the Waterside Mill in the Scottish Borders town of Galashiels, was looking forward to taking it easy as a new wife But when her sister in law disappears with a dashing young playboy, the Corvill family is plunged into disaster Jenny must undertake a terrifying and dangerous journey into the seedy underworld of Victorian London and rescue her sister in law before its too late .

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    About "Tessa Barclay"

    1. Tessa Barclay

      Pseudonym of Jean BowdenTessa Barclay is the author of many much loved family sagas and historical romance novels, including the Wine Widow trilogy, the four part Craigallan series, and the Corvill Weaving saga all coming soon in new paperback editions and as ebooks for the very first time from Corazon Books Tessa began her writing career after being educated at the Miss Jean Brodie school, and has since written over 100 books As Jean Bowden, she wrote the acclaimed Nurses at War.Other known pseudonyms Babara AnnandaleBelinda DellJocelyn BarryAvon CurryJennifer BlandLee MacKenzie

    588 Comments

    1. The first half of this book I found interesting and hooked my attention. But at about page 230 I felt that all of my questions had been resolved, but the book goes on to page 437. I felt that there were two different major plots in the book. From page 1-230 I would give 3 1/2 stars but from 230-437 I would give 1 star. I did however enjoy her writing style enough that I am going to try another one of her books. Her writing flows very well.


    2. A good-enough read, not particularly heavy, but interesting nonetheless. I would have liked it better if it had more detail about the weaving industry and the working conditions, but that's probably just the social worker in me!


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