Daughter of the Game
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 1st 2003
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 19th Century
, Spy Thriller
, Historical Mystery
Series: Charles & Mélanie Fraser (#1)
This is my second foray in Tracy Grant/Teresa Grant's Charles & Melanie/Malcolm & Suzanne series. Chronologically I believe this is the last book, although I believe this is the first book written in publication order.The only other book in the series I've read so far is [b:Vienna Waltz|9341394|Vi...
Set in Regency-era England (early 19th century) - the young son of a wealthy couple is kidnapped, to be ransomed by the return of a ring, a family heirloom the kidnapper believes the couple has possession of. As they seek to track down the ring's whereabouts, the secrets each has kept from the othe...
Whew...ok, wow. Any review I try to give here would not do this book justice. Suffice it to say that I absolutely loved it. This book had so many twists and turns (including one moment where my mouth literally dropped open in surprise), that my head was spinning pretty much the entire time...which i...
We are into the final four weeks of what has been an eight-year wait. That's how long it's been since the hardcover publication of Beneath a Silent Moon in 2003, which is when I discovered Tracy's books through the recommendation of a fellow Pimpernel fan. The publication date for Vienna Waltz (unde...
Oh, boy, this is my kind of book. I loved it. Fantastic Regency mystery. Fast-paced, intense dialogue, all kinds of twists and turns and lots of surprises.Charles and Mélanie Fraser's son has just been kidnapped from his own home. In the search for a priceless heirloom, which is the key to getting h...
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