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Northumberland, 1880. Sisters Josie and Flora Walton couldn't be more different. Flaxen-haired Flora is the image of her beautiful mother, who died tragically in childbirth. Sensible Josie favours her father, in looks as well as temperament, and she is always getting her mischievous sister out of scrapes. But when Captain Walton dies, the girls discover the shocking truth about their parentage...A passionate and page-turning saga, The Captain's Daughters will sweep you into the lives of the unforgettable Walton girls - as different as day is to night, but bound by an unbreakable cord; the love shared by sisters.
Benita Brown was born and brought up in Newcastle by her English mother and Indian father. She went to drama school in London where she met her husband who, also from Newcastle, was working for the BBC. Not long after, she returned to her home town where she did some teaching and broadcasting and brought up four children. She is now a full-time writer.