The Storm Breaks
by Arthur Gask
Publisher: Herbert Jenkins Ltd. 1949
Number of pages: 235
An attractive and aristocratic-looking girl of apparently quite ordinary origin has always had good reason to believe she was not the daughter of her mother's husband. Losing both her parents, she seeks her fortune in London, makes her way into the social world and marries into a titled family. Then, through no fault of her own, she becomes involved in the death of a scoundrel who was attempting to blackmail her.
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