A Merry Escapade
Lady Mirthton is humiliated to discover that her father has confessed to being a spy, and his dying words to her are cryptic--something about a list which is hidden at "the sign of the sabot". Now her life is in danger, and she turns to war hero Marcus Forester for help. Marcus accepts her proposal--now Lady Mirthton must accept his.
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