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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Malcolm MacDonald
  • ISBN:
    0312206283
  • ISBN13:
    978-0312206284
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  • Publisher:
    St Martins Pr; 1st U.S. ed edition (February 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    345 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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When her husband dies and she is forced to take in paying guests, Harriet Harte feels she has come down in the world  .

Tamsin Harte - Malcolm MacDonald. Six months earlier, Miss Tamsin Harte of Elburton Villa, Plymouth, might well have slapped his face for such gross insolence; but that Miss Tamsin Harte had been in the market for an eligible husband – who would want his wife to be as unsullied by the vulgarity of the world as possible. This Miss Tamsin Harte, however, could no longer afford to hold herself so aloof; vulgarity had to be renamed – re-evaluated, in fact, as part of life’s rich rough-and-tumble

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See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Malcolm MacDonald. Young Tamsin Harte is skilled at living between two worlds in her Cornish village.

Cornish virgin Tamsin Harte has her eye on the next step up. Will Tamsin set out to attract well-to-do Young Master Victor. Thorne with "his neat military moustache with its waxed points, pricked in perfect symmetry, and his merciless but very kissable. Well, he’d interest her only as a means to an end. And that end for Tamsin, who was herself born to wealth but upon. her father’s death found herself running a boardinghouse with her mother, is to build a hotel-the best in Cornwall.

by Malcolm Macdonald (Author)

by Malcolm Macdonald (Author). When this book was published by St Martin's in New York and Piatkus in London, in 1999, it attracted the following notices: Set in a Cornish fishing village at the turn of the last century, Macdonald's latest historical romance evokes the moment when England's rigid class structure first began to loosen and the upper classes began to reconsider their conventional.

by Malcolm MacDonald. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. Life dramatically changes for Tamsin Harte and her mother following the death of her wealthy father because their shipping company goes bankrupt. The Hartes fall from grace, or at least the upper echelon of society, when Tamsin realizes she no longer has the pick of any eligible males in her Cornish village. To bring in income, the financially scrapped Hartes open up a boarding house, which further alienates their so-called society friends.

Malcolm Ian Macdonald (born 7 January 1950) is an English former professional footballer, manager and media figure. Nicknamed 'Supermac', Macdonald was a quick, powerfully built prolific goalscorer. He played for Fulham, Luton Town, Newcastle United, Arsenal and England. Macdonald is Newcastle United's fifth highest goalscorer of all time. He also won England's Golden Boot with Newcastle in 1975 and with Arsenal in 1977.

The unforgettable first novel in the classic Stevenson Family Saga from epic master Malcolm Macdonald.

Daughter of the wealthy and storied Stevenson family, Abigail Stevenson should have been a creature of unawakened innocence. But one fateful day she tricks her maid, Annie, into telling her the facts of life, and soon Abigail comes to realize that the same shocking secret can be a glorious and life-enhancing mystery. The unforgettable first novel in the classic Stevenson Family Saga from epic master Malcolm Macdonald. John Stevenson is a just a foreman when a near-fatal accident bring young Nora Telling into his life. Her nimbleness of mind and his power of command enable them to take over the working mill and rescue it from catastrophe.

Come down in the world? Welcome to the solid ground! The mother, Harriet Harte, feels disgraced when left only a modest inheritance when her husband dies. But Tamsin, the daughter, finds it a liberation from upper class stiffness and boredom - and a chance to pursue her dream: to progress from running a seaside boarding house to owning a premier hotel overlooking the bay in Penzance.

Tamsin Harte (ebook). Malcolm Macdonald (Auteur). When her husband dies and she is forced to take in paying guests, Harriet Harte feels she has come down in the world. For her lively and forward-thinking daughter Tamsin, however, their lapse from Society is a welcome release. When this book was published by St Martin's Press in New York and Piatkus in London, 1986, it attracted the following notices: ? Chatterley meets Manderley - Washington Post ? Macdonald inherited all of .

Tamsin Harte and her mother are forced to open a boarding school when her father dies, but she aspires to marry Master Victor Thorne someday, a plan that could be jeapordized by the intervention of a true love closer to home. Original.

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I picked this up at the library just because I like the cover ;). Turns out the book behind it was just as enjoyable. A nice story that is a very fast and easy read...perfect for a Sunday afternoon. Great for any fan of historical fiction.
Wenyost
Life dramatically changes for Tamsin Harte and her mother following the death of her wealthy father because their shipping company goes bankrupt. The Hartes fall from grace, or at least the upper echelon of society, when Tamsin realizes she no longer has the pick of any eligible males in her Cornish village. To bring in income, the financially scrapped Hartes open up a boarding house, which further alienates their so-called society friends. Tamsin actually takes to their new business as if she was born to manage a boarding house and soon dreams of opening up a new hotel.
Still, in spite of their new status, Tamsin decides that fellow blue blood Victor Thorne would make a suitable spouse even if he is spoiled and a bit of a snob. Likewise, her brain finds hotel owner Standish Coverley as the ideal husband. However, her heart chooses fisherman David Peters, who she believes would be the worst choice for her. Will her heart, her brain, or her upbringing choose her husband for Tamsin?
TAMSIN HARTE is a warm historical fiction that makes 1900 Victorian England feel as if the reader is observing its' activities first hand. The exciting story line centers on Tamsin and her new status and relationships with people and business. The wealth of detail adds to the texture of the tale as Malcolm MacDonald discerningly interweaves tidbits in the plot. The secondary cast enlivens the novel and in some ways, though their appearances are brief, is much more interesting than Tamsin's retinue of followers. Mr. MacDonald paints a charming novel that shows a strong woman overcoming the rigid chains of society.

Harriet Klausner