Living a life of luxury at Redford Hall Annabella Lagange is blissfully unaware that her father Edmund is a womanising rogue. And there's more, his debts are threatening to ruin the wealthy family into which he married.
The Glass Virgin Fan Tributes
1 Shaniqua from Hawaii: Though I didn't read the last few chapters of the book I loved it. Can't wait to get a complete copy. Anabella and Manuel Mendoza were my favourite characters.
The Glass Virgin
Genre: Drama Year: 1995
Nigel Havers as Edmund Lagrange
Christine Kavanagh as Rosina Lagrange
Brendan Coyle as Manuel Mendoza
Sylvia Syms as Lady Constance
Emily Mortimer as Annabella Lagrange
Jan Graveson as Betty Watford
Hywel Berry as Danny Dinning
Avril Elgar as Alice Piecliff
Lucy Fletcher as Poor Older Girl
Sammy Glenn as Young Annabella
Jean Heywood as Amy
Bidi Iredale as Cook
Jack McBride as Armourer
Adam Pearson as Poor Boy
Harrison Philips as Big Fellow
Crispin Redman as George Boston
Jean Southern as Mrs. Page
Anthony Walters as Stephen
Denise Welch as Jessie
Features Nigel Havers.
Catherine Cookson was made a Dame of the British Empire in 1993.
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