A Gentleman's Deception

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1999 - Fiction - 220 pages
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Robert Montford is troubled for his widowed godmother, whose spirits are in a perilous decline. The only restorative would be news of her long-lost daughter. Then one night at the theater he sees a beauty who uncannily resembles that daughter, and might be convinced to impersonate her! Thus Robert sets in motion a hoax that sweeps him off his feet.

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Martha Kirkland is a graduate of Georgia State University and has taught both English and drama at the high school level. A classical singer, she believes it was the years she spent practicing scales that gave her the discipline needed to write twenty-six books. She is a lifelong resident of Atlanta, and her family includes a husband and two daughters.

Martha loves hearing from her readers. Letters may be sent to the publisher, or she may be contacted through her Web site: www.rakehell.com/marthakirkland/home.html.

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