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Cousin Kate
Cousin Kate
Author: Georgette Heyer
The Secret of Staplewood! The night was airless, with an oppressive calm that presaged a storm. It seemed to Kate she had been lying awake for hours, repeating questions that plagued her... There was a grating noise, as if someone were putting a key in the lock. Crossing the room in a flash, Kate wrenched open the door... — England's "Mistress o...  more »
ISBN: 11119
Pages: 313
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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Not my review, but it captured everything I felt:
The novel is good, but as far as Heyer is involved, there isn't much ton society drama that we all love. Cousin Kate is 25, beautiful and extremely intelligent. She's not from good ton, like most Heyer characters, but she's not bad either, and hence, is left to be the poor relation in the novel, which gets her into difficulty when she becomes aware what her aunt (who's scheming & selfish)has planned for her. It's a mystery that becomes rather emotional and intense at the end. Good read. (Aysha Henna Khan, a student, February 25, 2003)