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THE GILDED CAGE: A REVIEW

The Gilded CageWritten by: Lucinda GrayHardcover: 245 pagesPublisher: Henry Holt and CoLanguage: EnglishAugust 2016Genre: Fiction/Young Adult/Historical/Mystery After growing up on a farm in Virginia, Walthingham Hall in England seems like another world to sixteen-year-old Katherine Randolph. Her new life, filled with the splendor of upper-class England in the 1820s, is shattered when her brother mysteriously drowns.
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"The Gilded Cage" by Lucinda Gray (Reviewed by Cindy Hannikman)

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OVERVIEW: After growing up on a farm in Virginia, Walthingham Hall in England seems like another world to sixteen-year-old Katherine Randolph. Her new life, filled with the splendor of upper-class England in the 1820s, is shattered ...

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