Death At Dawn Caro Peacock

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Death At Dawn  by  Caro Peacock

Death At Dawn by Caro Peacock
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A remarkable debut novel rich in atmosphere, color, and suspense, Caro Peacocks A Foreign Affair is an irresistible blend of history, adventure, and ingenious invention that brings an extraordinary new writer—and a truly endearing and unforgettableMore A remarkable debut novel rich in atmosphere, color, and suspense, Caro Peacocks A Foreign Affair is an irresistible blend of history, adventure, and ingenious invention that brings an extraordinary new writer—and a truly endearing and unforgettable heroine—to the literary stage.The year is 1837.

Queen Victoria, barely eighteen, has just ascended to the throne of England, and a young woman named Liberty Lane has just had her first taste of true sorrow. Refusing to accept that her gentle, peace-loving father has been killed fighting a duel, she vows to see justice done. . . .The trail she follows is a twisting and dangerous one, leading the spirited young Englishwoman into an intricate weave of conspiracy.

Contacted by secret agents, she is asked to pose as a governess in order to infiltrate cold, rambling Mandeville Hall and spy on its master, Sir Herbert Mandeville, who is at the center of a treasonous plan.Nothing at the hall is what it seems, and every turn reveals another deceit, another surprise, another peril, leaving Libby to wonder who to trust and embroiling her in a deadly affair that could destroy the young queen and place Libby herself in mortal peril. . . .



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