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Publisher's Summary

As the thrilling adventures of Ursula Blanchard, secret agent for Queen Elizabeth I, continue, she finds herself in France, reunited with her husband, Matthew de la Roche, in a passionate but flawed relationship. But when Ursula learns that her daughter, Meg, has mysteriously disappeared, she immediately sets out on a frantic and dangerous search. The trail leads back to England, to Vetch Castle: a grim, haunted keep owned by the enigmatic Philip Mortimer. Soon, Ursula forms an alliance with Mortimer's aging but beautiful mother and finds herself investigating both a murder and an elaborate plot that could cost the queen her throne.With surprises at every turn and a highly suspenseful setting, To Ruin a Queen is the best novel yet from an author whose series continues to gain momentum and whose heroine becomes more beguiling with each new tale.
©2000 Fiona Buckley; (P)2002 Blackstone Audio Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"A heroine to reckon with." (Kirkus Reviews) "Buckley's tantalizing re-creation of Elizabethan life and manner is told with intelligence and gentle wit." (Library Journal)
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1 out of 5 stars
By Lesley on 04-27-09

Un interesting Un everything

This is a Mills & Boon historical fiction. What a waste of time and money. It should be listed under 'romance' not 'history'. Factually/historically inaccurate in its elaborate descriptions. I have no idea how it ended because I died of boredom before I reached the finish. Very disappointing.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Oenophile on 03-18-11

4/4

This is book four available here. I have enjoyed them and hope the rest will follow.

The narrator, Nadia May, records under several pseudonyms and is excellent in all of them.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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