The Rector's Daughter

The Rector's Daughter

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Mary was plain, middle-aged and reliable. Her life centred on her father, the crabbed and difficult Canon Jocelyn, and on the quiet duties of a rector's daughter deep in the country. She never dreamed that her life was to be shaken to the core by an unlooked-for love affair. "The Rector's Daughter is a is about love; filial love and married love and extreme sexual passion, and about the anguish, despair and intermittent bliss of every hopeless relationship between man and woman. It is a blisteringly honest account of middle-aged desire, that most painful of all afflictions, and at the same time a careful, tender study of a happy marriage" Susan Hill
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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 128 x 198 x 13mm | 166g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 0141186429
  • 9780141186429

About F. M. Mayor

Flora Macdonald Mayor was born in 1872. Her father was a Cambridge scholar clergyman. Flora was educated at Newnham when university education was still rare for a woman. Soon afterwards she wrote her first book Mrs Hammond's Children, and published under a pseudonym. In 1913 she published The Thurd Miss Symons. The Rector's Daughter was published in 1924. She died in 1932.
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