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  • Published: 7 November 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448118915
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 448

The Lost Duchess

An action-packed epic Elizabethan adventure with a thriller pace, a high tension love story, and the romance of the high seas

Emme Fifield has fallen about as far as a gentlewoman can.

Once a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth, her only hope of surviving the scandal that threatens to engulf her is to escape England for a fresh start in the New World, where nobody has ever heard of the Duchess of Somerset.

Emme joins Kit Doonan’s rag-tag band of idealists, desperados and misfits bound for Virginia. But such a trip will be far from easy and Emme finds her attraction to the mysterious Doonan inconvenient to say the least...

  • Published: 7 November 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448118915
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 448

About the author

Jenny Barden

Jenny Barden has had a love of history and adventure ever since an encounter in infancy with a suit of armour at Tamworth Castle. Training as an artist, followed by a career as a city solicitor, did little to help displace her early dream of becoming a knight. Impelled by a fascination with the Age of Discovery, she has travelled widely in South and Central America, and much of the inspiration for Mistress of the Sea came from retracing the footsteps of Francis Drake in Panama.

Jenny has four children and lives in Hertfordshire with her long suffering husband, a loving Labrador and a deadly Bengal cat.

More about Jenny can be found at www.jennybarden.com

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Praise for The Lost Duchess

Exciting, exotic and tantalising

Lancashire Evening Post

Barden expertly weaves intricate historical detail around her love story


A wonderfully complex story of intrigue, mystery, hardship and betrayal

Historical Novel Review

A cracking read!

Hazel Gaynor, author of The Girl Who Came Home

An excellent work of historical fiction

Historical Fiction Obsession

Compelling storytelling

Book Preview Review

A beautiful story

Gold Coast Libraries

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