Deadly Peril

Deadly Peril

A Georgian Historical Mystery

eBook - 2015
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If you're looking to read a gripping, intelligently written and skilfully crafted historical mystery then look no further than DEADLY PERIL. I promise you won't regret it. - ALL ABOUT ROMANCE Desert Isle Keeper Winter 1763. Alec, Lord Halsey is sent on a diplomatic mission to Midanich, imperial outpost of the Holy Roman Empire, to bargain for the freedom of imprisoned friends. Midanich is a place of great danger and dark secrets; a country at civil war; ruled by a family with madness in its veins. For Alec it is a place of unspeakable memories from which he barely escaped and vowed never to return. But return he must, if he is to save the lives of Emily St. Neots and Sir Cosmo Mahon. In a race against time, Alec and the English delegation journey across the icy wasteland for the castle fortress where Emily and Cosmo are imprisoned. The severe winter weather is as much an enemy as the soldiers of the opposing armies encamped along the way. Awaiting him at his destination is the Margrave and his sister, demanding nothing less than Alec's head on a pike. SERIES REVIEWS"Descriptions are so vivid I felt as if I were there, experiencing the sights and sounds of Georgian London. Lucinda Brant gets five stars from me, and I can't wait to read the other books in the Alec Halsey series" - Anne Boling, Readers' Favorite"Lucinda Brant has a beautiful writing style and a careful grasp on the social mores, political environment and tangled affairs of the aristocracy of Georgian England. Her characterizations are layered and complex. Lucinda Brant is a gifted writer and is highly and enthusiastically recommended for lovers of historical mysteries! " - Jill Mac Kenzie, In D'Tale magazine.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Sprigleaf, 2015
ISBN: 9780987243089
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library


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