Love and Mutiny

Tales from British India
January 30, 2018
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GenreLiterary
Audience Adult
Word Count 100-120k (average/long)

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Author’s Summary

Reared in India, Edwina Hardingham loves her country and cannot imagine an existence away from it. Equally at home in the vibrant society of members of the East India Company in Calcutta, and in the cool clime of Simla, at the foothills of the Himalayas, she enjoys undisturbed calm until confronted with love and mutiny. When the dashing Mr. Grayson rescues her from the hands of brigands in Calcutta, she develops a tenderness for him, which not even the ill-humoured Mr. Davenport can discourage. All is changed, however, when the long-suffering sepoys of India revolt against the inequitable rule of the East India Company, in 1857. Torn between worry for her family, now imperiled by the distraught mutineers, and the man she loves, Edwina must learn to hold her peace until a happy outcome ensues. Will she find joy with the man she loves? Does her family escape unscathed from the ravages of war? Read this gripping novel—set in real events and places of the First War of Indian Independence—to find out.

Short Description

A work of historical fiction set in the Sepoy Mutiny against the British in 1857 India. Love and Mutiny explores the unfolding of the Sepoy Mutiny—referred to as the First War of Indian Independence—from the perspective of a British family that has made its home in India.

Catchphrase

Gripping & unputdownable—tea + comfy chair a must!

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