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The Lost Daughter by Gill Paul

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Also by Gill Paul:

The Manhattan Girls, August 2022
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The Collector's Daughter, September 2021
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The Lost Daughter, September 2019
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Another Woman's Husband, September 2018
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The Lost Daughter
Gill Paul


William Morrow Paperbacks
September 2019
On Sale: August 27, 2019
496 pages
ISBN: 0062843273
EAN: 9780062843272
Kindle: 9780062843
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Women's Fiction Historical

If you loved I AM ANASTASIA by Ariel Lawhon you won't want to miss this novel about her sister, Grand Duchess Maria. What really happened to this lost Romanov daughter? A new novel perfect for anyone curious about Anastasia, Maria, and the other lost Romanov daughters, by the author of THE SECRET WIFE.

1918: Pretty, vivacious Grand Duchess Maria Romanov, the nineteen-year-old daughter of the fallen Tsar Nicholas II, lives with her family in suffocating isolation, a far cry from their once-glittering royal household. Her days are a combination of endless boredom and paralyzing fear; her only respite are clandestine flirtations with a few of the guards imprisoning the family—never realizing her innocent actions could mean the difference between life and death

1973: When Val Doyle hears her father’s end-of-life confession, “I didn’t want to kill her,” she’s stunned. So, she begins a search for the truth—about his words and her past. The clues she discovers are baffling—a jewel- encrusted box that won’t open and a camera with its film intact. What she finds out pulls Val into one of the world’s greatest mysteries—what truly happened to the Grand Duchess Maria?

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