Named of the Dragon

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Berkley, 1999 - Fiction - 295 pages
7 Reviews
This romantic suspense novel revolves around a literary agent who is haunted by nightmares since the loss of her baby. On holiday in a small village, she befriends an eccentric young widow who fears for her son's safety and forms an unlikely alliance with a reclusive, brooding playwright. In the process, she's pulled into an ancient world of haunting legends, where she'll finally uncover the secrets of her dreams.

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User Review  - ivydtruitt - LibraryThing

4.5 stars This is my first Susanna Kearsley book but will certainly not be my last. Mythical, magical, and alluring, I savored NAMED OF THE DRAGON. Quotes from Tennyson, Shakespeare, and others head ... Read full review

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User Review  - bgknighton - LibraryThing

Lyn Ravenshaw takes a Christmas holiday in South Wales with her best client. The death of her baby son devastated her marriage and her life. She is an book agent. She becomes entangled with a threat to a baby with a supernatural twist. Well written, good characters. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Susanna Kearsley is the award winning author of Undertow, Mariana, Season of Storms, Every Secret Thing, and The Rose Garden.

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