Rhiannon

Rhiannon

eBook - 2012
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The year is 1909 and fifteen yearold Rhiannon Hughes and her young stepsister find themselves abandoned and alone. They are forced to leave their colliery cottage in the Welsh valleys and take refuge with Rhiannon's aunt, Florence Desmond, a popular music hall star. Rhiannon is instantly dazzled by this glamorous, exciting new world, and by the handsome young master of ceremonies, Gus Davenport. But Mair's feckless mother, Nellie, unexpectedly returns and lures Mair into Cardiff's sleazy underworld. Rhiannon is torn between making a career in the theatre and keeping her promise to Mair, who ne.
Publisher: New York : Robert Hale, 2012
ISBN: 9780709097136
0709097131
Characteristics: 1 online resource (346 pages)

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