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The Moorhouses are finally becoming "somebodies", which just makes Bel even more distressed by the behaviour of Phoebe and Henry - they don't seem to understand propriety.

Phoebe's beginnings were as the half-sister of the Moorhouses, the daughter of a Highland tinker. She has grown up into a beautiful and elusive creature of the world, and is drawn away from Glasgow. Destiny sweeps her and her husband to Vienna, the romantic and enchanting capital of the Hapsburgs in its heyday of the 1880s...

©1947 Guy McCrone (P)2009 Soundings

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  • Deb A
  • 31-07-09

Yawn

This story was about the most boring story I ever encountered. Lelsley Mackie's narration was done so well, I just kept expecting the story to somehow come alive- somewhere. But it never did. The main characters were boring and the story line was lifeless.