The Countess

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Signet, 1999 - Fiction - 405 pages
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Coulter has rewritten her very first novel in 1979--formerly called "The Autumn Countess"--to make it more Gothic in form and content, including using the first-person narration in the classic Gothic style. The young heroine in this story agrees to marry an older widowed earl, only to fall in love with his nephew.

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User Review  - Berly - LibraryThing

The Countess, (originally The Autumn Countess) by Catherine Coulter. Okay, it was her first novel and it shows, even with her rewrite, but still worth finishing. This was written in the style of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shea Van Vuuren - Goodreads

This was a very entertaining historical romance/suspense/mystery. The author describes it as a gothic novel, but however you would classify it I enjoyed it. The heroine, Andy, grows in character ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Catherine Coulter is the New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty-five books, including historical and contemporary romances and her wildly popular FBI suspense thriller series. She lives in Northern California.

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