The Resource Freedom's flow
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- 1815: Raised in a convent, Ruby has been taken from its shelter to be placed in the service of Mr Sedgwick of Tilbury. Her new master is elusive, and the reason for her presence there seems a mystery. Meanwhile, Giles Marram has returned home from the wars to find much has changed - a beautiful maid has been moved into the Hall. But why is Marram's former captain seeking her out?
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