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In the early 1800s, Rachel Greenhow, a young Quaker, goes missing in the Canadian wilderness. Unable to accept the disappearance, her brother Mark leaves his farm in England, determined to bring his sister home. What follows is a gripping account of Mark's odyssey. With adventure and discovery propelling the plot forward, Elphinstone takes the reader back in time and intertwines the story with enduring themes of love, war, and family ties.

Elphinstone brings the landscapes and peoples of 1800s Canada back to thrilling life in her pacy, colourful and intelligent epic' - Independent

'A great story, an old-fashioned adventure tale' - Big Issue

'It's a long time since I've read a novel with more pleasure and interest' - Sunday Herald

  • Read by: Garrick Hagon
  • No. of CDs: 14
  • ISBN: 978-1-84648-176-5
  • Playing time: 17hrs 30mins



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