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the secret woman
the secret woman
Author: victoria holt
ISBN: 6178
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one of her early books, simple, but a good read.
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As always Victoria Holt provides mystery, suspense & romance. Anna appears to be quiet & capable until a brief encounter with a blue-eyed stranger begins to haunt her. She decides to risk everything to follow the impossible dream that is waiting for her in the South Pacific.
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Anna Brett is a young woman who has decided to carry on her aunt's profitable antique business after her aunt dies. But then she discovers that there is a secret woman inside, someone so different than she ever thought possible. She decides to risk everything to follow her dangerous dream that lay in wait for her on a far-away island in the South Pacific. This book throws you for a loop!
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This is a romantic suspense done up by Victoria Holt. This story is based on a ship that has been lost. The copywright is 1970
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Six Months on the NY Times Best Seller List

They say there is a secret self in every woman-one with a hidden passion, or a private happiness, ot a shadowy fear.

To all appearance Anna Brett was merely a quiet, capable young woman whose only ambition was to carry on the profitable antique business bequeathed her by a spinster aunt.

And so she was-until the memory of a cherished moment with a blue-eyed stranger suddenly returned to haunt her with savage intensity.


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