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1969 Frenchman’s Creek - Daphne du Maurier(Penguin Books)

1969 Frenchman’s Creek - Daphne du Maurier(Penguin Books)

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Frenchman's Creek is a historical novel by Daphne Du Maurier, first published in 1941. Set in 17th century Cornwall, the novel tells the story of Lady Dona St. Columb, a bored and restless noblewoman who embarks on a passionate affair with a notorious pirate, Jean-Benoit Aubéry.

Tired of her empty life in London, Lady Dona flees to her husband's estate in Cornwall, seeking refuge from the rigid social conventions of society. During her time in Cornwall, she encounters the French pirate, Aubéry, and is immediately drawn to his allure and freedom. Despite the dangers of his lifestyle, Lady Dona becomes infatuated with Aubéry and embarks on a passionate romance with him.

As their affair intensifies, Lady Dona is forced to confront her own desires and the consequences of her actions. Caught between her loyalty to her husband and her longing for freedom and adventure, she must make a choice that will change her life forever.

Frenchman's Creek is a tale of romance, adventure, and self-discovery, exploring themes of love, passion, and the search for true fulfillment. Du Maurier's evocative writing brings the lush landscape of Cornwall to life, creating a vivid and captivating world for readers to explore.

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