Squire Markham announces that his young, high-spirited daughter is dead and he withdraws from society.
A year later, in the midst of a great snowstorm, she appears at his home, quite deranged, and bears a baby girl.
Cursed by her father, she flees home during yet another great snowstorm.
Written by Mrs. Harriet Newell (O’Brien) Lewis (1841-1878) and published in 1876 in the “London Journal” and other publications.
64 chapters; 142,000 words.