Her Heart for a Compass


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$16.99  $15.80
Avon Books
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4.54 X 10.39 X 1.25 inches | 1.31 pounds

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About the Author

Sarah Ferguson is the Duchess of York, and former daughter-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II. She is also a bestselling memoirist and children's book author, film producer, and has been a spokeswoman for Weight Watchers and Wedgewood china. These days she campaigns for her Children in Crisis international charity and works on historical documentaries and films that draw on her deep interest in Victorian history. The proud mother of two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, and grandmother of two beautiful grandchildren, she lives in Windsor with nine frisky Norfolk terriers.


Captivating...A debut historical novel of thought-provoking escapism. The pages turn swiftly.--Booklist
"[An] intriguing coming-of-age story fans of historical drama are sure to enjoy...the novel...[paints] a rich, believable picture of 19th-century life."--USA Today
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, has delivered to readers a brilliant and glittering jewel of a novel, replete with fascinating historical detail, lush lyrical language, and compelling, complex characters who leap from the page. I was wholly swept away by this story, wishing to race through its gripping plot while also lingering to relish each delicious page. This beautiful novel heralds the entry of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, as the new leading voice in Historical Fiction.--Allison Pataki, New York Times Bestselling author of The Queen's Fortune
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York has looked deep into her own generous impulsive heart to write a compelling story of a young woman who rebels against the restrictive Victorian conventions of her time to find self-fulfilment and love."--#1 New York Times bestselling author Jeffrey Archer
"Fans of Downton Abbey will revel in everything they love about a big, fat 19th-century yarn."--Kirkus Reviews
"A tale of daring and determination, set against the glamorous heights, and the harsh restrictions of aristocratic society in the middle years of the British nineteenth century.--Sir Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey