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The Lost Lady of Lone   By: (1819-1899)

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In the compelling novel, The Lost Lady of Lone, author Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth takes readers on a mesmerizing journey full of suspense, romance, and the power of redemption. Set in the backdrop of the 19th-century American West, this literary treasure not only captures the essence of the era but also offers a captivating exploration of the human spirit.

The story follows the life of the captivating protagonist, whose resilience and determination shine through even in the face of adversity. As an orphaned girl, her longing for a place to belong forms the core of the narrative. Southworth masterfully weaves a tale of self-discovery and personal growth, as the protagonist navigates her way through various challenges and setbacks.

The author's vivid descriptions transport readers to the untamed landscapes of the American frontier. From the rugged terrain to the small, bustling towns, every scene becomes alive with Southworth's eloquent prose. The author's attention to detail and keen observation of human nature paint a realistic picture of the hardships and triumphs of this time period.

In addition to its vivid setting, The Lost Lady of Lone excels in its portrayal of complex characters. Each individual, from the enigmatic love interest to the villainous antagonist, is superbly developed with layers of intricacies. Their dynamics create a gripping narrative that keeps readers eagerly turning pages, uncertain of what lies ahead.

Despite its historical setting, this novel transcends time and touches upon universal themes that remain relevant today. The exploration of female empowerment, societal expectations, and the search for identity resonates deeply with readers. Southworth's characters defy stereotypes, challenging conventions and showcasing the power of determination in the face of adversity.

The Lost Lady of Lone is an enchanting tale that captivates from beginning to end. Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth's skillful storytelling and ability to create a rich tapestry of emotions make this a must-read for fans of historical fiction and those seeking a profound, uplifting narrative. Prepare to be transported to a captivating era and lose yourself in the compelling journey of the lost lady who eventually finds her way.

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Author of "Nearest and Dearest," "The Hidden Hand," "Unknown," "Only a Girl's Heart," "For Woman's Love," etc.



"THE LOST LADY OF LONE" is different from any of Mrs. Southworth's other novels. The plot, which is unusually provocative of conjecture and interest, is founded on thrilling and tragic events which occurred in the domestic history of one of the most distinguished families in the Highlands of Scotland. The materials which these interesting and tragic annals place at the disposal of Mrs. Southworth give full scope to her unrivalled skill in depicting character and developing a plot, and she has made the most of her opportunity and her subject.


I. The bride of Lone

II. An ideal love

III. The ruined heir

IV. Salome's choice

V. Arondelle's consolation

VI. A horrible mystery on the wedding day

VII. The morning's discovery

VIII. A horrible discovery

IX. After the discovery

X. The letter and its effect

XI. The vailed passenger

XII. The house on Westminster Road

XIII. A surprise for Mrs... Continue reading book >>

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