Queen of Swords

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Transworld Australia, 2007 - Frontier and pioneer life - 564 pages
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Shifting from the Caribbean to New Orleans on the brink of war, QUEEN OF SWORDS picks up the story of Hannah Bonner, the beautiful half-Indian daughter of frontiersman Nathaniel Bonner as she embarks on a desperate rescue mission with her half-brother Luke. When Hannah is separated from Luke and falls dangerously ill in New Orleans, she is forced to rely on the help of an enigmatic man she barely knows. Ben Savard, the great grandson of French settlers, slaves and native Indians, is the only man who knows the city well enough to pull off the miracle Hannah needs to reunite her family. With his expert guidance, allies are drawn from every race and every corner of the city, including Andrew Jackson's advancing army, on the brink of will be the last battle of the War of 1812. Classic Donati, this is a thumping good read that not only brings history to life but also makes us think without even realising it.

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User Review  - Rbeelee - LibraryThing

I really really enjoyed this book. I've liked the others in the series (the first being my favorite), but this one I would put right up there with the first in the series. I love how Hannah awoke from ... Read full review

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User Review  - jdquinlan - LibraryThing

From the Back Cover: It is the summer of 1814, and Hannah Bonner and her half brother Luke have spent more than a year searching the Caribbean islands for Luke's wife and the man who abducted her. But ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Rosina Lippi was born in Chicago, Illinois on January 14, 1956. She received a PhD in linguistics from Princeton University. Before becoming a full-time writer, she worked as a professor. She writes the Wilderness series under the pen name Sara Donati. Her title The Gilded Hour is a New York Times bestseller.

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