The Books of the Incarceration of the Lady Grange

The Books of the Incarceration of the Lady Grange In the year the Cherub of Desire wrecks her glorious ship upon the remote island of St Kilda She wades ashore in an understandable fury leaving her grumbling slaves to mend the Vessel Her mood

  • Title: The Books of the Incarceration of the Lady Grange
  • Author: Andrew Drummond
  • ISBN: 9781530077687
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the year 1739, the Cherub of Desire wrecks her glorious ship upon the remote island of St Kilda She wades ashore in an understandable fury, leaving her grumbling slaves to mend the Vessel Her mood is not improved when she stumbles across a wild haired woman who insists on engaging in a lengthy conversation This is the Lady Grange, the unfortunate but loving wife of oIn the year 1739, the Cherub of Desire wrecks her glorious ship upon the remote island of St Kilda She wades ashore in an understandable fury, leaving her grumbling slaves to mend the Vessel Her mood is not improved when she stumbles across a wild haired woman who insists on engaging in a lengthy conversation This is the Lady Grange, the unfortunate but loving wife of one of Scotland s political elite, kidnapped from Edinburgh by her husband s allies and deposited neatly out of sight upon the island While her ship is being repaired, the Cherub passes the time in seducing young men and married women, and in trying to avoid the unhappy prisoner At length, in a fit of unaccustomed charity, she agrees to carry to Edinburgh some letters in which Lady Grange begs her friends to rescue her The Cherub considers this to be a good excuse for a well deserved holiday in the bright lights of the big city But due to encounters with disaffected Highlanders, debauched clan chiefs, deluded poets and despotic lawyers, her holiday does not go well Not at all well.

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