Untitled F Quinn Book 2

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Untitled F Quinn Book 2

Meet Endurance Proudfoot - England's strongest woman, boldest adventurer and first female bonesetter. Endurance Proudfoot only wants one thing in life - to follow her father and grandfather into the family business of bonesetting. It's a physically demanding job, requiring strength, nerves of steel and discretion - and not the job for a woman. But Durie isn't like other women. She's strong and stubborn and determined to get her own way. And she finds that she has a talent at bonesetting - her big hands and lack of grace have finally found their natural calling. So, when she is banished to London with her sister, who is pretty, delicate and exactly the opposite to Durie in every way, Durie will not let it stop her realising her dreams. And while her sister will become one of the first ever Georgian celebrities, Durie will become England's first and most celebrated female bonesetter. But what goes up must come down, and Durie's elevated status may well become her undoing...

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