Tricks and Traps: Tables Turned

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Sleepy Wombatt Press, Sep 25, 2020 - Fiction

The former Bet Bloggs has been given a new identity and a new life; but an old acquaintance thinks he recognises the young woman supposed dead. Alexander MacDonald, visiting Cambridge, discovers a young friend has fallen victim to a set of rogues. Other members of their circle find that unexpected changes taking place in their lives. Clorinda, Lady Bexbury, welcomes to Town the son of her dear old friend, gamester and one-time fellow-courtesan Abby Gowing, now married and living in Australia.


 

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Contents

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About the author (2020)

L. A. Hall is a historian and retired archivist. Short stories by her have appeared in The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women and The Penguin Book of Erotic Stories by Women. She regrets to say that she does not own a pet wombatt.

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