The Harrogate Secret

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Young Frederick Musgrave was never more agile than when navigating his sculler across the waters of the Tyne between the busy seaports of North and South Shields in 1843. Already his services were in demand as a carrier of messages and certain small packages for those whose activities made them the target of the Customs and Excise men. As well as agile, Freddie was also reckoned to be lucky, but on such a night as brought him to The Towers, the home of Mr Roderick Gallagher, both luck and courage were to be tested to the ...

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cricket28

Oct 11, 2007

I love all of Catherine Goodson's books. Have read 35 of them since Janurary of this year. However our library has only 29 so I have either to request them or buy them.i visited with my cousin for two weeks who was living in Harrogate at the time. It is a lovely city, filled with all kinds of blooming trees and flowers and was anxious to read the story. It was exciting and descriptive. Well worth the read. She writes so descritively that you are there with the characters and places.

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