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The novel "The Devil's Bride" by Penelope Stratton

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Found on the internet in web page http://www.zyworld.com/LucyGordon/England.htm on 24 November 2000
The Devil's Bride by Penelope Stratton
Book coverLord Rupert Glennister's luck at cards and his tireless sexual appetite were thought to be the work of satanic forces. An outraged society made him an outcast until he could redeem himself by marrying a woman of virtue.

Calvina Bracewell was a parson's daughter, bullied into servitude by her 'benefactors'. Rescued by Lord Rupert, she found herself agreeing to his shocking demand that they should marry that very night.

In London she blossomed into a beauty and became the toast of Regency society. For a while, Calvina was happy, but then attempts on her life began. Only one man could want her dead, and that was the husband she'd grown to love.

Audio tape coverRobert Hale: Hardback: ISBN 0-7090-6133-1
Ulverscroft: Large Print: ISBN 0-7089-4091-9
Audio Cassettes.(Right) Magna: ISBN 1-85903-304-0

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