Book Reviews of Spring of the Tiger

Spring of the Tiger
Spring of the Tiger
Author: Victoria Holt
ISBN-13: 9780449242971
ISBN-10: 0449242978
Publication Date: 1/12/1982
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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An old Victoria Holt romance. I enjoyed these way back when in High School.
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a scandal that rocks London with seduction and passion
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Full of twists and turns-Intrigue
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No one does Gothic romance better than Victoria Holt aka Jean Plaidy, aka Phillipa Carr
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Froma time when romance meant romance and not just bed hopping. Great story by a great writer.
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steamy romance with scandals
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When Sarah Ashington's actress mother dies after a devastating scandal, Sarah is left at her long-lost father's rambling, ancestral estate to face the disturbing questions of her own past. Then her father's death draws her to his Ceylon plantation -- and into the shadows of a legend from which their may be no return
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When Sarah Ashington's actress mother dies after a devastating scandal, Sarah is left at her long-lost father's rambling, ancestral estate to face the disturbing questions of her own past. Then her father's death draws her to his Ceylon plantation -- and into the shadows of a legend from which their may be no return . . .
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When Sarah Ashington's actress mother dies after a devestating scandal, Sarah is left at her long-lost father's rambling, ancestral estate, to face the disturbing questions of her own past.

Then her father's death draws her to his Ceylon plantation-into the shadows of his strangely beckoning life, into a marriage of thwarted passion and danger-and finally into a legend from which there may be no return...