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by. Haines, Pamela, 1929-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
The Kissing Gate book. Pamela Haines was born in Yorkshire, like so many of the characters in her novels. Knaresborough, Leeds, and Harrogate have all played a part in her family background. She was educated at a convent in the Midlands, and then read English at Newnham College, Cambridge.
Is at the heart of village life, and marks the beginning of the Squire's land
A two-family chronicle provides a powerful, sweeping saga of love, lust, and tragic heroism as an aristocratic Yorkshire family struggles to maintain its power under the shadow of the rising middle class.
Is at the heart of village life, and marks the beginning of the Squire's land. It is the rescue of Squire Ingham's son by the Irish servant-girl which creates the uneasy bond between Sarah, the respectable family into which she marries, and the Squire's family. But it is Kate, the foundling Sarah adopts, whose doomed, forbidden love for the young Squire forces the families into explosive confrontation.
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The Sparkling Cascade of diamonds was designed to adorn the women who married into one of England's most prominent families - a symbol of the wealth and privilege enjoyed by the Firths of Yorkshire. Instead the magnificent necklace would come to burden the women who wore it, becoming for them an emblem of bondage and inherited tragedy.