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The tailor"s daughter

a novel

by Janice Graham

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in

    Places:
  • London (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Deaf women -- Fiction,
    • Women tailors -- Fiction,
    • Single mothers -- Fiction,
    • Social classes -- Fiction,
    • Aristocracy (Social class) -- Fiction,
    • London (England) -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJanice Graham.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3557.R1988 T35 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3427499M
      ISBN 100312349130
      LC Control Number2005051698
      OCLC/WorldCa61285690

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      From the author of the New York Times best-seller Firebird comes this richly detailed historical novel of an unconventional tailor's daughter who is swept up in a suspenseful drama of passion and a fever leaves her deaf at the age of sixteen, shattering her hopes of marriage, Veda Grenfell turns her exceptional talent to her father's prestigious Savile Row tailoring firm. The Tailor's Daughter (Book): Graham, Janice: Set in 's Victorian England, Janice Graham's suspenseful new novel tells the story of Veda Grenfell, a passionate young woman with an indomitable spirit. Raised on Savile Row, the enclave of fashionable London tailors, Veda is every inch her father's daughter. She has inherited his talent, his sense of style, and his love of tailoring.

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Raised on Savile Row, the enclave of fashionable London tailors, Veda /5. A tailor's daughter living on London's Savile Row, Veda Grenfell expects that one day she will marry up and shed her status as a tradesman's daughter.

But as she comes of marrying age, her The tailors daughter book dies in a riding accident, her mother and unborn sibling die during childbirth and a bout of typhoid fever leaves Veda deaf/5(43). Instead, it is thanks to her very detailed research of that rich, evocative period that we may slip into the past to enjoy that long-ago and vastly-different era, from the comfort of our present day freedoms and liberties.

The Tailor's Daughter is beautifully written and very touching/5(43). The Tailor's Daughter is a novel about truth and beauty, art and artifice. It is also about family——in all its glory and scandal.

How important is the notion of family to each of the main characters. Which relationships are the most "real" to you in this book?/5(10).

Set in 's Victorian England, Janice Graham's suspenseful new novel tells the story of Veda Grenfell, a passionate young woman with an indomitable spirit. Raised on Savile Row, the enclave of fashionable London tailors, Veda is every inch her father's daughter.

She has inherited his talent, Author: Maggie Bennett. The Tailor’s Daughter is a novel about truth and beauty, art and artifice. It is also about family——in all its glory and scandal. It is also about family——in all its glory and scandal. How important is the notion of family to each of the main characters.

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The Tailor's Girl was lovely, a perfect mesh of several genres; romance, suspense, historical fiction, mystery. The characters were likeable and engaging and the attention to historical detail impressive/5. The Tailor's Daughter: A Novel by Janice Graham Growing up in Victorian London, where her father owns a tailoring shop on fashionable Savile Row, Veda Grenfell and her family have always assumed her loveliness and sense of style would lead to a suitable match.

The Tailor’s Daughter. The titular character is Veda Grenfell, daughter of a famed Victorian Savile Row tailor. Veda has inherited her father’s passion for making clothes that make the man, and after the untimely death of her elder brother and subsequent death of her mother in childbirth, Veda’s father brings her into the family business.

The Tailor’s Daughter is the Canada-based novelist’s third novel. His previous two novels Pennance and Blood & Nemesis received critical praise abroad and in India.

The author, born and bred in Goa during Portuguese colonial times, has an unerring memory of life in Goa before it was liberated in The Tailor’s Daughter.

Following her New York Times and international bestseller Firebird and The Kansans series, Janice brings to vivid life the elegant and secretive world of London’s Savile Row in The Tailor’s Daughter, a richly detailed historical drama full of good Gothic romance, suspense and smartly dressed people.

Read more>. ORDER THE BOOK. How much can one middle-class Victorian-era woman endure. Plenty, as evidenced by this engrossing second novel from Graham (Firebird).A tailor's daughter living on London's Savile Row, Veda. Book Summary: The title of this book is The Tailor's Daughter and it was written by Janice Graham.

This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by St.

Martin's Griffin and has a total of pages in the : From the author of the New York Times best seller Firebird comes this richly detailed historical novel of an unconventional tailor's daughter who is swept up in a suspenseful drama of passion and intrigue.

Janice Graham about this book: Set in 's Victorian England, The Tailor's Daughter tells the story of Veda Grenfell, an unconventional young woman with an indomitable spirit. Raised on Savile Row, the enclave of fashionable London tailors, Veda is every inch her father's daughter. She has inherited his talent, his sense of style, and his love of tailoring.

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