Shadows of Doubt

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Julia Farraday is a young woman of independent means, making her way in Regency society. She is invited to her friend Philip's palatial home and meets the dashing Chevalier Alain d'Augusseau who is with the French Embassy. He knows Julia's fascinating friend Lenore, who has a shadowy past. Is Alain safe, or should Julia choose Stephen, the man on the right side of the law? More

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Published by Heather Mackay
Words: 66,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476088662
About Evan Andrew

Evan Andrew lives on the North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand and is a widely-travelled historian who enjoys researching his books. An enthusiastic skier, tennis player and gardener, he also enjoys racing and breeding thoroughbreds.
He has recently published a sequel to Shadows in the Night after many requests to do so. Shadows of Doubt is Set in the Regency period after Waterloo. It is an historical thriller in which the heroine Julia unknowingly gets caught up between the Bourbon and Bonapartist factions, as well as in romantic entanglements from both sides.
Evan works tirelessly to find new ways to promote indie published books.

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Review by: Bev Robitai on July 25, 2012 :
I enjoyed Julia's adventures in Shadows in the Night and was delighted to find the sequel was even more fulfilling. Julia has men vying (in a courtly manner of course) for her affections, and is torn between the safe, slightly self-satisfied Stephen (and his appalling mamma) and the high-octane, high-risk French charmer Alain. The maid Smithers might not have agreed but I felt Julia made the right choice in the end!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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