Wings of the Falcon

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Harper Collins, Mar 17, 2009 - Fiction - 304 pages
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The death of her English father left Francesca alone and unprotected, with nowhere to turn but to the noble Italian family of her late mother. Adrift in a strange land, surrounded by cold and suspicious relatives who had disowned her mother on her wedding day, Francesca is determined to make the best of a bad situation. But nothing could have prepared her for the nest of dark secrets and oppressive cruelty she has been cast into. And her fate now rests in the hands of a mysterious horseman known as the Falcon, whose appearance will speed her salvation ... or hasten her doom.

 

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User Review  - Jean_Sexton - LibraryThing

Wings of the Falcon wasn't the typical romantic suspense that I expect from Barbara Michaels. Instead it was a well-written historical novel with a scoop of romance. With an English main lady (and her ... Read full review

WINGS OF THE FALCON

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Romance and intrigue follow Francesca Fairbourn to 1860 Italy. LJ's reviewer asserted that "readers of romantic suspense fiction should enjoy this book" (LJ 9/15/77). Severn House books can be ordered directly at 800-830-3044. Discounts are available. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
25
Section 3
61
Section 4
79
Section 5
117
Section 6
143
Section 7
169
Section 8
189
Section 9
215
Section 10
235
Section 11
265
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Elizabeth Peters (writing as Barbara Michaels) was born and brought up in Illinois and earned her Ph.D. in Egyptology from the University of Chicago's famed Oriental Institute. Peters was named Grandmaster at the inaugural Anthony Awards in 1986, Grandmaster by the Mystery Writers of America at the EdgarŽ Awards in 1998, and given The Lifetime Achievement Award at Malice Domestic in 2003. She lives in an historic farmhouse in western Maryland.

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