A Different Truth
Troubador Publishing Ltd, 2008 - 263 strán (strany)
This novel explores the lives of people living in a fictional Staffordshire Moorlands village. Henry Bowman, his wife Alice and others belong to a strict religious minority, the Quakers. In contrast, following the restoration of Charles II, non-Quaker villagers are relishing the return to a more easy-going way of life.
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