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The Colebridge Covenant

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It is1822: Rupert Mansie, must travel from England to Darkest Africa to seek out Lord Travillion Colebridge, to convey the sad news that his Lordship’s wife, Lady Abigail––whom Rupert himself deeply loved––is deceased: Abigail––at the loss of her infant son, seven years earlier, and now the official death of her husband––has died of broken heart. But just two weeks after her interment, news comes that Lord Travillion lives and is master and Pasha to a tribe of nomadic Arabs. Rupert's ship is wrecked off the coast of Western Sahara and he is taken as a slave. Subjected to thirst, hunger, cruel desert sun and brutalised by a sadistic slave-master, Rupert endures all, only for the nocturnal visitation of Abigail’s spectre, and their illicit love affair from beyond the grave. "––for things were shown to me in that netherworld that could not have come from my own imagination, things that so revolted and appalled... More > me that their origins surely lie outside my comprehension of the acts of human procreation.'< Less
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ISBN
9781365229121
Edition
1
Published
June 30, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
105.19 KB

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