The Wings of Morning by Karen Harper
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Against the backdrop of a Scottish island, Victorian London, and the Florida coast, Abigail McQueen overcomes a tragedy and vows to find the cure for the plague that killed her son. By the author of Circle of Gold. 15,000 first printing.
 

About Karen Harper

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Karen Harper is also the author of a number of contemporary suspense & historical novels. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, & Naples, Florida.
 
Published January 1, 1993 by Penguin Group. 384 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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A lively, satisfying 19th-century romance—and second hardcover for Harper (Circle of Gold, 1992—not reviewed)—that moves from the remote Scottish island of St.

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Well researched, meticulously detailed and written in agile prose, Harper's second historical novel (after Circle of Gold ) is set in three colorful locations in the 1850s. She first evokes life on th

May 31 1993 | Read Full Review of The Wings of Morning: 2

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A multi-plotted adventure/romance set in the 1850s from the author of Circle of Gold .

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She first evokes life on the Scottish Island of St. Kilda, where young widow Abigail MacQueen is further bereaved when her infant son dies of a mysterious illness that kills many other newborns in her village.

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