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Daughter of Deceit
Daughter of Deceit
Author: Victoria Holt
Holt's tale of deception and its consequences comes alive through Judy Bennett's narration. Set in Victorian England, the story is a first-person account of Noelle Tremaston's life, loves and tragedies.
ISBN: 24092
Pages: 328
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Publisher: Doubleday
Book Type: Hardcover
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Readers are introduced to the dramatic world in England and an artistic lifestyle in France as they become steeped in the lives of a theatrical family. Desiree, a leading actress, and her daughter Noelle have a special relationship. After Desiree's death, however, a secret the woman had kept is revealed, and Noelle is shattered. She flees to France to try to put her life in order. Then her mother's former understudy writes to inform her that she has married the man Noelle loves. YAs will enjoy the theater background and the trials of a struggling artist. The history of the early 1900s is intriguing but not overwhelming. Although there are many twists in the plot and a great many characters, the story is still easy to follow. Once into it, readers will be kept guessing until the very last chapter. An excellent choice for Holt fans and for those who love historical romances.
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