THE TALE OF ROBIN LYTH
A young child is found on the beach near some fishing boats at the North Landing of Flamborough, Yorkshire. Who he is or where he came from no-one knows. He is taken in and raised by a fishing family and becomes a notorious but brave and generous smuggler. He falls in love with a pretty farmer's daughter whose family is reluctant to encourage the match because of Robin's trade and unknown origins. Robin promises to reform and prove himself worthy of her -- but too late, he is framed for the murder of a coast guard and has to flee for his life.
How he is exonerated, the mystery of his birth and his quest to live "happily ever after" is Robin Lyth's tale.
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