Four-Part Setting

Four-Part Setting

Fleeing from her failed marriage, Rose Pelham seeks sanctuary in Peking, China, with her cousins, Anastasia and Antony Lydiard. The romantic attentions of Captain Hargreaves are a welcome distraction from her woes, but in the society of Anglicised 1920's Peking, it is hard for such relationships not to draw notice and create scandal.

A long trek to the 'Mountain of a Hundred Flowers' offers a chance to escape prying eyes, but Rose's intellectual cousins cannot stop… (more)

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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing (February 18, 2014)

Collection: Bloomsbury Reader

Page count: 380 pages

Language: English

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