This is the focus of the novel. Written by David Crimond, it outlines his vision of political and social revolution.
This is the property owned by Duncan and Jean Cambus and located in the county of Warwick in Ireland.
This is a small terraced home in London where Gerard and Tamar often visit.
These are porcelain dogs owned by Jenkin.
This is the name of Gerard's childhood pet.
This is an old scarf belonging to Gerard and given to Tamar Hernshaw as a talisman.
This is the familial estate owned by Rose Curtland.
This is the village near Boyars.
This is the pub in Foxpath.
The Parish Church
Father McAlister is the pastor of this church, which Rose and her friends attend.
Rose owns a special collection of these. She gives...
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