Bella Poldark

Bella Poldark

A Novel of Cornwall 1818-1820

Book - 2002
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The Poldark and Warleggan families continue to feud and try to deal with personal losses and social unrest after the Napoleonic wars. As the story opens, Valentine Warleggan's paternity still poisons the atmosphere, and his financial and marital troubles form a major narrative strand set firmly against the saga's familiar background of Cornwall. Meanwhile, Bella Poldark's desire for a musical career takes her to stages in London and France, where she is involved with rival suitors. Her widowed older sister, Clowance, must also choose between two men of vastly different backgrounds who propose marriage.
Publisher: London : Macmillan, 2002.
ISBN: 9780330463317
9780333989234
0333989236
Characteristics: xi, 688 p. ;

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susancook65
Jan 28, 2016

All 12 books were wonderful!! Will read all of them again some day.

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bigoz123
Jun 01, 2014

The first 6 Poldark books were really good. The rest...not so much. Afraid this book falls in that not so much category. But it is good to know this is the end. I think the library should stock up on the series since they are remaking in on PBS for 2015.

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