Crossriggs, By Jane And Mary Findlater

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0120200420In the early 1900s Alexandra Hope is on the cusp of the modern - but the sleepy Scottish village of Crossriggs is not the place for an unconventional woman.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

Quick-witted Alex Hope struggles with the restrictions of early 20th century village life.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0120200420Quick-witted Alex Hope struggles with the restrictions of early 20th century village life.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

In the early 1900s Alexandra Hope is on the cusp of the modern - but the sleepy Scottish village of Crossriggs is not the place for an unconventional woman.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0220200421Alex must find a way to improve the family finances.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

With sister Matilda and her children back in Crossriggs, Alex must find a way to improve the family finances. Her well-meaning friends and neighbours can see an obvious solution - but unconventional Alex relishes her single status.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Read by Rosalind Sydney
Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0220200421With sister Matilda and her children back in Crossriggs, Alex must find a way to improve the family finances. Her well-meaning friends and neighbours can see an obvious solution - but unconventional Alex relishes her single status.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Read by Rosalind Sydney
Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0320200422Alex’s diligent labours have put the Hope family on a better financial footing as a new arrival to Crossriggs shakes up the sleepy village.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0320200422Alex’s diligent labours have put the Hope family on a better financial footing as a new arrival to Crossriggs shakes up the sleepy village.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

The Hope family are solvent once more thanks to Alex\u2019s labours.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0320200422The Hope family are solvent once more thanks to Alex's labours.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

Alex’s diligent labours have put the Hope family on a better financial footing as a new arrival to Crossriggs shakes up the sleepy village.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0420200423Alex is furious when her father Old Hopeful leads the family to the brink of poverty again.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

Alex is furious when her father\u2019s carelessness leaves the family on the financial brink.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0420200423Alex is furious when her father's carelessness leaves the family on the financial brink.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

Alex is furious when her father Old Hopeful leads the family to the brink of poverty again.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0520200424Alex does her best to stave off the attention of suitors as her bemused family look on.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

Much to the bemusement of her family and community, Alex does her best to stave off the attention of several eligible young men.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0520200424Much to the bemusement of her family and community, Alex does her best to stave off the attention of several eligible young men.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

Alex does her best to stave off the attention of suitors as her bemused family look on.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0620200427As Crossriggs celebrates a long-awaited wedding, Alex Hope is surprised by the emotions that she feels.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

As Crossriggs prepares for a wedding, Alex considers her position.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0620200427As Crossriggs prepares for a wedding, Alex considers her position.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

As Crossriggs celebrates a long-awaited wedding, Alex Hope is surprised by the emotions that she feels.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0720200428A close friendship takes an unexpected turn as Alex tries to hold on to her single status.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

As Alex revels in the few freedoms afforded a single woman in Crossriggs, a friendship takes an unexpected turn.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0720200428As Alex revels in the few freedoms afforded a single woman in Crossriggs, a friendship takes an unexpected turn.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

A close friendship takes an unexpected turn as Alex tries to hold on to her single status.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0820200429Crossriggs waits with bated breath as a life hangs in the balance.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

The community of Crossriggs waits with bated breath as a life hangs in the balance.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

0820200429The community of Crossriggs waits with bated breath as a life hangs in the balance.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0920200430Despite being estranged from her friend Van, Alex Hope is distraught when he goes missing.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

Despite being estranged from her friend Van, Alex is distraught when he goes missing.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

0920200430Despite being estranged from her friend Van, Alex is distraught when he goes missing.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

Despite being estranged from her friend Van, Alex Hope is distraught when he goes missing.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

1020200501In an attempt to escape her sorrows, Alex takes up a post as companion to Aunt Clara.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.

Torn apart by her love for married neighbour Robert and mourning her friend Van, Alex has left Crossriggs to become a companion for her demanding Aunt Clara.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes'.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

1020200501Torn apart by her love for married neighbour Robert and mourning her friend Van, Alex has left Crossriggs to become a companion for her demanding Aunt Clara.

This delightful tale of a small community hovering between two eras was written by the sisters known as the 'Scottish Brontes' and originally published in 1908 by John Murray Press.

Written by Jane and Mary Findlater
Abridged by Clara Glynn
Reader Rosalind Sydney
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

In an attempt to escape her sorrows, Alex takes up a post as companion to Aunt Clara.

Early 20th-century novel about family life in a small Scottish town.