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The Harrogate Secret review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ Young Frederick Musgrave was never 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 activitiAme when he gained the friendship and patronage of Miss Maggie Hewitt who was to play a major role in shaping his life and fortunes But he would still need all his luck and resourcefulness to escape the long shadow cast by Roderick Gallagher whose power and influence threatened all who crossed his pa. The title of this book has been changed and it is now called The Smuggler's Secret It is a typical Catherine Cookson novel It's easy to get into and an interesting story particularly if you like period dramas Catherine Cookson novels never disappoint and I find them a nice relaxing read which holds my attention and this book is no exception
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Young Frederick Musgrave was never 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. The Harrogate Secret by Catherine Cookson An interesting tale of suspense focusing on the rise of the middle class in general and in particular on the rise of Freddie Musgrove in an England of 3 or 4 hundred years ago The plot is masterful leading to a very good read
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The Harrogate SecretOf the Customs and Excise menAs 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 limitFrom that night on things really began to happen to Freddie and the best of them c. Wow I just read this book that was written in 1989 Set in 1843 it kept me absorbed and as this may be my first read of Catherine Cookson it will not be my lastFavourite uotes'Hadn't he been eligible to vote for a long time since he first had ten pounds; any man with than ten pounds could vote'''Politics were best left alone; only people with devious minds went in for such things'