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Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade

by Diana Gabaldon

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PUBLISHED: 10th January 2008
ISBN: 9780099463337
ANNOTATION:
________________________________ The first book in Diana Gabaldon's LORD JOHN GREY series, set in the same world as her OUTLANDER novels It's 1758 and Europe is in turmoil - the Seven Years War is taking hold and London is ripe with deceit.
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  • Paperback
    $26.04
PUBLISHED: 10th January 2008
ISBN: 9780099463337
ANNOTATION:
________________________________ The first book in Diana Gabaldon's LORD JOHN GREY series, set in the same world as her OUTLANDER novels It's 1758 and Europe is in turmoil - the Seven Years War is taking hold and London is ripe with deceit.

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The first book in Diana Gabaldon's LORD JOHN GREY series, set in the same world as her OUTLANDER novels

It's 1758 and Europe is in turmoil - the Seven Years War is taking hold and London is ripe with deceit.

Publisher Description

It's 1758 and Europe is in turmoil - the Seven Years War is taking hold and London is ripe with deceit. The enigmatic Lord John Grey, a nobleman and high-ranking officer in His Majesty's Army, pursues a clandestine love affair and a deadly family secret. Grey's father, the Duke of Pardloe, shot himself just days before he was to be accused of being a Jacobite traitor. Now, seventeen years on, the family name has been redeemed; but an impending marriage revives the scandal. Lord John knows that as Whitehall whispers, rumours all too often lead their victims to the wails of Newgate prison - and to the gallows. From barracks and parade-grounds to the bloody battlefields of Prussia, Grey faces danger and forbidden passions in his search for the truth. But it is in the stony fells of the Lake District that he finds the man who may hold the key to his quest: the enigmatic Jacobite prisoner Jamie Fraser. Eighteenth-century Europe is brought startlingly to life in this compelling adventure mystery.

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THE SECRET OF LORD JOHN'S PAST LIES IN JAMIE FRASER'S HANDS It's 1758 and Europe is in turmoil - the Seven Years War is taking hold and London is ripe with deceit. The enigmatic Lord John Grey, a nobleman and high-ranking officer in His Majesty's Army, pursues a clandestine love affair and a deadly family secret. From barracks and parade-grounds to the bloody battlefields of Prussia, Grey faces danger and forbidden passions in his search for the truth. But it is in the stony fells of the Lake District that he finds the man who may hold the key to his quest: the enigmatic Jacobite prisoner Jamie Fraser. Eighteenth-century Europe is brought startlingly to life in this compelling adventure mystery. Praise for Lord John and the Private Matter (A New York Times Bestseller) 'Gabaldon is a born storyteller' Los Angeles Daily News 'History comes deliciously alive on the page' New York Daily News

Author Biography

DIANA GABALDON is the international bestselling author of Cross Stitch, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager, Drums of Autumn, Fiery Cross and A Breath of Snow and Ashes as well as Lord John and the Private Matter and one work of non-fiction, Through the Stones. She lives with her family and a lot of other assorted wildlife in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Review

Gabaldon provides a rich, abundantly researched, entirely readable portrait of life among the English upper classes in the 1750s. From London's literary salons and political intrigue to fearsome battle scenes in the Seven Years' War, her writing is always vivid and often lyrical The Washington Post

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The breathtaking new novel from Top Ten Sunday Times bestselling author Diana Gabaldon

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Gabaldon provides a rich, abundantly researched, entirely readable portrait of life among the English upper classes in the 1750s. From London's literary salons and political intrigue to fearsome battle scenes in the Seven Years' War, her writing is always vivid and often lyrical

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The breathtaking new novel from Top Ten Sunday Times bestselling author Diana Gabaldon

Product Details

Author
Diana Gabaldon
Pages
640
Year
2008
ISBN-10
0099463334
ISBN-13
9780099463337
Format
Paperback
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Media
Book
Publisher
Cornerstone
Short Title
LORD JOHN & THE BROTHERHOOD OF
Language
English
Residence
Scottsdale, AZ, US
Series
Arrow Books
Publication Date
2008-01-10
Audience
General/Trade