When Honora Clare's father died, she was left in the somewhat patronising care of her distant cousins, who had inherited the family estate. Honor had been left just two adjoining houses in an unfashionable area of Bath. Prizing her independence above all else, Honor decided to set up a school for young ladies. It appeared that the venture might succeed - until Marcus Colvin, the widowed father of one of the pupils, arrived...and found his daughter playing truant.
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Used availability for Sheila Bishop's The School in Belmont
June 1995 : UK Hardback
August 1982 : UK Paperback
March 1981 : USA Mass Market Paperback