The Captive ePub download
by Victoria Holt
- ISBN: 0385263325
- ISBN13: 978-0385263320
- ePub: 1524 kb | FB2: 1724 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Historical
- Publisher: Doubleday; 1st edition (September 23, 1989)
- Pages: 357
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 735
- Format: lit lrf lrf txt
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The Captive Виктория Холт Victoria Holt The Captive The House in Bloomsbury I was seventeen when I experienced one of the most extraordinary adventures which could ever have. The House in Bloomsbury. I was seventeen when I experienced one of the most extraordinary adventures which could ever have befallen a young woman, and which gave me a glimpse into a world which was alien to all that I had been brought up to expect; and from then on the whole course of my life was changed.
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Eleanor Hibbert writing as Victoria Holt in The House of a Thousand Lanterns, 1974. The Captive of Kensington Palace (1972). The Queen and Lord M (1973). The Queen's Husband (1973). A memorial service was held for Eleanor Hibbert in March 1993 at St Peter's, Notting Hill Anglican church in Kensington Park Road, London. Eleanor Hibbert died aboard the cruise ship Sea Princess in 1993. The book was published under her maiden name, Eleanor Burford, which was also used for her contemporary novels. Following the success of the book, Hibbert was contracted by Herbert Jenkins publishers to write one book a year.
Marry me. I burst out laughing. Really, Lucas, who is being absurd now? Still you. I’m as calm and sensible as ever. The more I think of the idea the more I like it. You don’t care for. But I do. Next to myself I love you best in the world. That made me laugh again and I was glad of the light relief. I am not taking you seriously, of course, I said, ‘but this must be the most unusual proposal anyone has ever received. And it is not so unusual either. It’s just that people don’t tell all the truth
until she found herself shipwrecked off the African coast. Saved from the raging seas by the ship's handsome
until she found herself shipwrecked off the African coast. This book is so cool and captavating. I couldn't guess the ending I really wanted to find out was going to happen this is a really great read if you have a whole time, cause you won't want to put this book down.
Victoria was seated in the carriage with the Duchess who was regarding her critically. The child was smiling at the people who were cheering her and looking decidedly complacent. Yes, that was the word.
Holt's 28th romantic suspense entertainment - as sleek, smooth, and predictable as Big Ben. This time, it's the mid-Victorian era, with mysterious murders around a Cornish manor and some exotic adventures in a harem (strictly G-rated of course).
The Captive of Kensington Palace. It is evident that Victoria Holt published quite a lot of books a year in different fictional genres and was a creative writer. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. She used eight pen names during her career and many of her book lovers never suspected her other identities. Victoria inherited the love of reading and writing from her father, Joseph Burford, who was a dock laborer. Alice Louise Burford was her mother. When Victoria Holt was young, her health strained her to be confidentially educated at home.