The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart
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A trick of coloring...Her walk...The way she smiled. If Mary Grey looked so much like the missing heiress, why should she not be an heiress? To the lonely young woman living in a dreary furnished room, faced with an uncertain future, the impersonation offered intriguing possibilities.

And so plain Mary Grey became the glamorous Annabel Winslow. But she did not live happily ever after. In fact, she almost did not live at all. Because someone wanted Annabel missing...permanently.

About Mary Stewart

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Published July 1, 2007 by Chicago Review Press. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, History, Travel, Westerns, Crime. Fiction

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Stories revolving around an impersonation have an undeniable fascination—and Mary Stewart does a double take with her usual skilled smoothness.

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What I can say is that even though I saw the explanation coming way too early in the book, Mary Stewart is skillful enough that I kept second-guessing myself, right up until the moment my hunch was confirmed.

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