Synopses & Reviews
Thia Beresford, bored with the demands of nineteenth century society, decides to forego the luxuries of Huntingley and embark on a riding expedition across the pampas of Patagonia. Accompanied by her father, brother, a playwright, two servants, and her Newfoundland dogs, Thia joins the ship in Liverpool. On board she is intrigued by a mysterious Welshman, Euan Davies, and when they disembark in South America, she is pleased that he agrees to act as their guide. But after only a week in the saddle Davies' disturbing secret starts to unravel and Thia's party soon find themselves embroiled in a deadly game of cat and mouse with a group of dangerous prison escapees. Beset by Indians, inhospitable terrain, pampas winds, and mountain lions, is it possible this mismatched group of travelers can survive?
About the Author
Margaret Muir is the author of Sea Dust and The Twisting Vine.