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... by the fact that his commander, Admiral Leighton, has recently married Lady Barbara, thereby apparently ending any hope that she and Hornblower might act on their ... and that his infant son has been adopted and cared for by Lady Barbara ... is implied (but not explicitly confirmed) that he is unfaithful to Barbara, dallying with a young Russian noblewoman ...
... The novel opens in the home of Lord and Lady Worth, where several of their friends are discussing the precarious situation in Belgium ... When the other guests leave, Lady Worth's brother, Sir Peregrine Taverner, (Perry) expresses his fears about remaining in Brussels, especially since his wife, Harriet ... Amongst the fashionable ton partying in the metropolis, Lady Barbara Childe (the granddaughter of Dominic, Duke of Avon) is making her mark ...
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