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This new edition of George MacDonald's 1877 classic is updated and introduced as Volume 20 in The Cullen Collection by Michael Phillips.

This sequel to Malcolm begins where the first volume of the doublet left off, at Lossie House in Cullen’s fictionalized Portlossie. Soon thereafter Malcolm travels to London to rescue Florimel from the harmful influences of duplicitous friends who do not have her best interests in mind. Whisking her away from London, Malcolm’s and Florimel’s return to the north coast of Scotland brings to a stirring climax the divergent threads of mystery and intrigue woven through this triumphant literary tapestry. It is a classic Victorian romance, complete with rogues, inheritances, castles, and of course true love.

Together with Malcolm, The Marquis of Lossie exhibits MacDonald’s mastery of the fictional craft, as well as solidifying a spiritual foundation for his entire corpus of work in all its genres.

“Escaping a common pitfall of sequels not measuring up to the level of excellence of their predecessor, in The Marquis of Lossie, MacDonald crafts an equally engaging, and in some ways an even heightened dramatic crescendo to Malcolm’s story. With the setting so altered, this is a spectacular creative achievement.”
- Michael Phillips
368 pages
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