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The Apothecary's Daughter

A historical fiction book about a woman who works in her father's shop in England

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  • Jul 9, 2010
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Just finished this a short time ago. I was pleasantly surprised by it. Good story, kept me wanting to turn the "pages" (I read it on my Nook!).
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review by . July 02, 2010
This is a lovely piece of historical fiction that will take you back to a time and place you can only imagine.  Lillian Haswell has been working in her father’s apothecary shop and helping to raise her mentally challenged brother since her mother abandoned her family three years ago.  She has a knack for medicine and a wonderful memory.  Her friendship with Mary and her comfort in the ease of her daily work keep her torn between life in the apothecary shop and fulfilling her …
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ISBN-13: 978-0-7642-0480-7
Author: Julie Klassen
Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Date Published: 2008
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