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The Captive Paperback – 11 Oct 1990


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From shipwreck on a desert island, to the cloistered and exotic intrigues of the harem of a Turkish pasha, and a stately and secretive house in Cornwall, Rosetta finds her fate irrevocably linked with the lives of two men.

Lucas Lorimer is attractive, worldly and cynical. Simon Perrivale is a wanted man, a suspect in a much publicised murder case. By chance, they are country neighbours and, while visiting the crippled Lucas, Rosetta has the opportunity to prove Simon's innocence.

Her self-imposed mission is as dangerous as any bizarre adventure they have shared so far…

About the Author

Born Eleanor Alice Burford, Victoria Holt was one of Britain's most prolific writers of historical romance. Always determined to keep her birth date and private life a closely guarded secret Holt wrote under many pseudonyms - Jean Plaidy was one of her most popular, and was created when she lived near Plaidy Beach in Cornwall. Having written over ninety historical romances, she then began a new series of Gothic romances, the first of which, Mistress of Mellyn, appeared in 1961.


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