978-0-583-13566-5 / 9780583135665

Woman Called Fancy


Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers



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Men offered everything they possessed to posess her -- but there was only one man she wanted. From him she asked only love. A Woman Called Fancy, is Frank Yerby's first novel to have a female protagonist. Set in Augusta, Georgia, the novel covers the period from 1880 to 1894 and shows the rise of the heroine, a beautiful South Carolina woman, from poverty to prominence among Augusta's artistocrats. Fancy fled an incestuous marriage arranged by a drunken father. She had little education and no money. But with the priceless gifts of courage, honour and high personal integrity, Fancy won out against all odds and wrenched from life a position of respect and security. This life was secure against everyone except her husband. Court Brantley, had already killed one man for her and Fancy knew that if he ever found out about Jed Hawkins he would do so again.

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