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Golden urchin

A beautiful young woman of Irish birth, heiress to a great fortune, Meg was only two when she was kidnapped from her parents, abandoned in the wilds of the Australian outback, and taken in by a kindly aboriginal tribe. Called Mitji, "white woman," by the aborigines, Meg with her fine fair skin was indeed and oddity in this new desert home. Yet, growing up, she learned to survive like the natives, though always regarding herself as a freak among them. Now a young woman, Meg sets out in search of a strange tribe she has heard of, whit-skinned like herself. After crossing the raw, parched earth of the outback, she enters a strange, sophisticated world of English manners and Victorian society. She slowly finds the pieces of her lost identity, and discovers, along with her family's vast inheritance, a legacy of danger that threatens her very life. But through it all, the mystical teachings of the aborigines curse passionately in her blood, giving Meg the courage to face a future of uncertain peril ... and unexpected love.

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http://schema.org/description

  • "Meg, an Irish heiress kidnapped from her parents at a young age and raised by a tribe of aborigines in the Australian outback, enters the world of Victorian England and discovers a legacy of danger."
  • "Mitji has been living with an aboriginal tribe for as long as she can remember, despite the fact she does not look like the rest of the tribe. As she nears womanhood, she goes on a walkabout, looking for people who have white skin like her own."
  • "A beautiful young woman of Irish birth, heiress to a great fortune, Meg was only two when she was kidnapped from her parents, abandoned in the wilds of the Australian outback, and taken in by a kindly aboriginal tribe. Called Mitji, "white woman," by the aborigines, Meg with her fine fair skin was indeed and oddity in this new desert home. Yet, growing up, she learned to survive like the natives, though always regarding herself as a freak among them. Now a young woman, Meg sets out in search of a strange tribe she has heard of, whit-skinned like herself. After crossing the raw, parched earth of the outback, she enters a strange, sophisticated world of English manners and Victorian society. She slowly finds the pieces of her lost identity, and discovers, along with her family's vast inheritance, a legacy of danger that threatens her very life. But through it all, the mystical teachings of the aborigines curse passionately in her blood, giving Meg the courage to face a future of uncertain peril ... and unexpected love."@en

http://schema.org/genre

  • "Anglické romány"
  • "History"
  • "History"@en
  • "Romány"
  • "English fiction"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
  • "Love stories"
  • "Love stories"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en

http://schema.org/name

  • "Ökenflickan : [en romantisk thriller]"@sv
  • "Ökenflickan"@sv
  • "Wildes Herz Mitji : Roman"
  • "Okenflickan"
  • "Bílá ┼żena"
  • "Golden urchin"
  • "Golden urchin"@en
  • "Lady Moira Roman"
  • "Midzi, tulitukka : romaani"@fi
  • "Lady Moira : Roman"
  • "Meg, la pelirroja"
  • "Wildes Herz Mitji"
  • "Wildes Herz Mitji [Roman]"