Tamsin is a 1999 fantasy novel by American writer Peter S. Beagle. It won a Mythopoeic Award in 2000 for adult literature.

Tamsin
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Cover of hardcover edition Tamsin
AuthorPeter S. Beagle
Cover artistPaul Youll
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy
PublisherRoc Books
Publication date
October 1, 1999
Media typePrint (Hardcover)
Pages288
ISBN0-451-45763-3
OCLC41256401
813/.54 21
LC ClassPS3552.E13 T36 1999

Plot summaryEdit

Jennifer Gluckstein moves with her mother to a 300-year-old farm in Dorset, England, to live with her new stepfather and stepbrothers, Julian and Tony. Initially lonely, Jenny befriends Tamsin Willoughby, the ghost of the original farm's owner's daughter. She is drawn into reliving the tragedy of Monmouth Rebellion and confronting the vengeful ghost of the notorious Judge Jeffreys.[1]

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