The Impostor by Celeste Bradley
The Liar's Club (Liars Club)

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It isn't easy moving about Society dressed like a dandy-especially when one is a ruthless spy. But that's precisely the latest mission for Liar's Club agent Dalton Montmorecy. Dalton is posing as Sir Thorogood, the elusive cartoonist whose scathing political caricatures have all of London abuzz. The true identity of Sir Thorogood is a mystery, and Dalton hopes that impersonating him will flush out the real menace before his cartoons do further damage to the Crown. Now, if Dalton could only find a way to get the irksome, yet oddly appealing widow, Clara Simpson, off his trail....

When Clara meets Sir Thorogood at a ball, she's certain he is an impostor-because she's the true Sir Thorogood. Secretly penning the cartoons under the frothy nom de plume, Clara hopes to save enough money so that she can leave her in-laws and find a new residence. Now she is determined to reveal an imposter's identity-and that means doing some undercover work herself. But pretending to be someone you're not has a funny way of making a woman do things she wouldn't ordinarily dream of-even if it drives her straight into the arms of her devilishly handsome adversary!


About Celeste Bradley

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CELESTE BRADLEY is the New York Times bestselling author of the Runaway Brides, Heiress Brides, Liar's Club, and Royal Four series. Her novel Fallen was nominated for a RITA in 2002. "When you are overendowed with imagination and underendowed with punctuality, become a writer." Years of dreaming on the job paid off when Celeste Bradley quit the mainstream in 1999 and started writing historical romance. "Handsome heroes beat out cranky customers every time!" Bradley lives in New Mexico with her family, her desert garden and so many pets the house sometimes feels like an ark. You can visit her Web site at
Published January 1, 2003 by St Martin's Press. 369 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Pretty soon, "Monty" and "Rose" begin to fall for each other, "Sir Thorogood" decides that Mrs. Simpson may not be all that silly after all, Mrs. Simpson decides that "Sir Thorogood" is more that just a fop, and things get very complicated.

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