The Surgeon's Daughter
by Walter Scott
Number of pages: 360
Scott wrote The Surgeon's Daughter in 1827, the first of his last six hard years as he struggled to write enough to solve the financial problems that had come to consume his life. The book is filled with drama, adventure and humor not taking itself too seriously while set in one of the most interesting times of England.
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by Walter Scott - J.M. Dent
Set in Scotland, at the beginning of the 19th century, Scott's story turns its back upon the wars waging on the world's stage and presents a regency comedy. Meg Dodd, a sentimental virago, keeps a run-down inn in a derelict Tweedale village ...
by Sir Walter Scott
Amy is married to the Earl of Leicester, one of the queen's favorites, who must keep his marriage secret or else incur royal displeasure. Rich in character, melodrama, and romance, Kenilworth is rivaled only by the great Elizabethan dramas.
by Sir Walter Scott - Estes & Lauriat
Narrating the story of Harry and his adventures, this amazing work dwells on the ups and downs he faced throughout his life. As Mannering, the student of astrology, foresees this child's future, everything appears to be in turmoil and mayhem.
by Walter Scott - Archibald Constable and Co.
Set just after the English Civil War, the story was inspired by the legend of the Good Devil of Woodstock, which in 1649 supposedly tormented parliamentary commissioners who had taken possession of a royal residence at Woodstock, Oxfordshire.