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Of the Customs and Excise menAs well as agile Freddie was also reckoned to be lucky but on such a night as brought him to The Towers the home of Mr Roderick Gallagher both luck and courage were to be tested to the limitFrom that night on things really began to happen to Freddie and the best of them c. Wow I just read this book that was written in 1989 Set in 1843 it kept me absorbed and as this may be my first read of Catherine Cookson it will not be my lastFavourite uotes Hadn t he been eligible to vote for a long time since he first had ten pounds any man with than ten pounds could vote Politics were best left alone only people with devious minds went in for such things Encounters with Rauschenberg uotes Hadn t he been eligible to vote for a long time since he first had ten pounds any man with than ten pounds could vote Politics were best left alone only people with devious minds went in for such things

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Ame when he gained the friendship and patronage of Miss Maggie Hewitt who was to play a major role in shaping his life and fortunes But he would still need all his luck and resourcefulness to escape the long shadow cast by Roderick Gallagher whose power and influence threatened all who crossed his pa. The title of this book has been changed and it is now called The Smuggler s Secret It is a typical Catherine Cookson novel It s easy to get into and an interesting story particularly if you like period dramas Catherine Cookson novels never disappoint and I find them a nice relaxing read which holds my attention and this book is no exception

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Young Frederick Musgrave was never agile than when navigating his sculler across the waters of the Tyne between the busy seaports of North and South Shields in 1843 Already his services were in demand as a carrier of messages and certain small packages for those whose activities made them the target. This was my first experience with Catherine Cookson and I don t think it could have been any better The Harrogate Secret is a fantastic story with life like and lovable characters a decent sprinkling of suspense and a story that never once fails to let down It than justifies the fact that Cookson was apparently one of the bestselling authors of Britain I was skeptical before starting this book after my disastrous experience with Danielle Steele JESUS but I found the story very entertaining and very satisfying in just about every aspect Despite the occasional stab at Catholicism which I researched and discovered was a fairly prominent factor to all Cookson s writing this story has a lot of heart and its storyteller sure knows how to make the reader listen to her


10 thoughts on “The Harrogate Secret

  1. says:

    This was my first experience with Catherine Cookson and I don't think it could have been any better 'The Harrogate Secret' is a fantastic story with life like and lovable characters a decent sprinkling of suspense and a story that never once fails to let down It than justifies the fact that Cookson was apparently one of the bestselling authors of Britain I was skeptical before starting this book after my disastrous exper

  2. says:

    God I loved this book so much when I first discovered it in 8th Grade Gave it away to some friend and never got it back And it was such a lovely hardbound edition too But yeah just gorgeous this book read it so man

  3. says:

    The Harrogate Secret by Catherine Cookson An interesting tale of suspense focusing on the rise of the middle class in general and in particular on the rise of Freddie Musgrove in an England of 3 or 4 hundred years

  4. says:

    Absolutely brilliant story that I really enjoyed Recommended

  5. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book It vividly portrayed a time and circumstances that are very foreign to me So vividly that at times it seemed I could smell the river see the poor houses I am new to this author so did a bit of research and discovered that she grew up in the place and the hard circumstances she describes so well There were interesting twists and turns good people and folk you would never want to meet A good story and thankful

  6. says:

    Wow I just read this book that was written in 1989 Set in 1843 it kept me absorbed and as this may be my first rea

  7. says:

    My first Catherine Cookson not my last The writing style is 20th century than 21st and so it may not appeal to everyone However if you are a fan of a older period thriller type work with a lot of atmosphere think Wilkie Collins Dickens Dorothy Sayers Agatha Christie Robert Louis Stevenson you will appreciate the literary stylings and dramatic turns

  8. says:

    The title of this book has been changed and it is now called The Smuggler's Secret It is a typical Catherine Cookson novel It's easy

  9. says:

    Well written The story line was engaging Picked a number of new words and on the whole i think she wrote a very descriptive book for her time

  10. says:

    Great StoryAnother exciting book by this great author This is one of her edge of your seat wondering what will happen next

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