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Delacorte Press, 2006 - Cavendish, Grace, Lady (Fictitious character) - 247 pages
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The Queen and her Maids of Honour are spending the summer at a nobleman's estate, where a new manor house is being built. But the work has to stop when a mysterious spook appears. Could the ghost of a murdered Earl be haunting the site of his death? Grace begins to investigate and finds that there are many rumours about the ghost - and uncovering the truth could be dangerous . . .

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Review: Haunted (Lady Grace Mysteries #8)

User Review  - Leah - Goodreads

The series hit a dull point over the last few books, and this one wasn't much of an improvement either. The story was more exciting in this than the previous few, and Grace's curiousness never fails ... Read full review

Review: Haunted (Lady Grace Mysteries #8)

User Review  - Grace Finlay - Goodreads

a good book, if your into old fashion mystery then this ia a great book for you Read full review

About the author (2006)

Lady Grace Cavendish was a Maid of Honour at the court of Queen Elizabeth, She became a ward of court after both her parents were tragically killed in the service of the Queen. Her daybooks, written for her own pleasure, have now reached a wide audience.

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