Snow by Tracy Lynn

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Snow White, Rose Red


In a tiny Welsh estate, a duke and duchess lived happily, lacking only a child -- or, more importantly, a son and heir to the estate. Childbirth ultimately proved fatal for the young duchess. After she died, the duke was dismayed to discover that he was not only a widower, but also father to a tiny baby girl. He vowed to begin afresh with a new wife, abandoning his daughter in search of elusive contentment.

Independent -- virtually ignored -- and finding only little animals and a lonely servant boy as her companions, Jessica is pale, lonely and headstrong...and quick to learn that she has an enemy in her stepmother. "Snow," as she comes to be known, flees the estate to London and finds herself embraced by a band of urban outcasts. But her stepmother isn't finished with her, and if Jessica doesn't take control of her destiny, the wicked witch will certainly harness her youth -- and threaten her very life....

 

About Tracy Lynn

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Tracy Lynn is the pseudonym of Elizabeth J. Braswell. After the sort of introverted childhood you would expect from a writer, Elizabeth earned a degree in Egyptology at Brown University...and then promptly spent the next ten years producing videogames. Finally she caved in to fate and wrote "Snow", her first novel, followed by the Nine Lives of Chloe King series under the name Celia Thomson.Elisabeth lives in the East Village with her husband Scott, their cat, George, and a tank full of fish, all also named George. You can visit her Web site at www.tracylynn.com and email her at tracy@tracy-lynn.com Kinuko Y. Craft came to the United States in 1964 where she continues to live and work today. Her art has included paintings for the book covers of many well known fantasy authors such as Patricia A. McKillip, Juliet Marillier, Tanith Lee and many others. She has also designed opera posters, fairy tale books and covers for many national magazines such as Time, Newsweek and The National Geographic. She has a passionate love of fine art and draws on a deep knowledge of art history in creating her work. She is most inspired by the works of Leonardo Da Vinci, the Pre-Raphaelites and Symbolist painters. Her paintings are done with a combination of artist oils and watercolor on clayboard gesso panels.
 
Published February 1, 2003 by Simon Pulse. 224 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Romance. Fiction

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