The Spy by Celeste Bradley
(Liars Club)

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James Cunnington has a pressing mission at hand: He must find the daughter of a missing code breaker for the Liar's Club, a man suspected of turning traitor for Napoleon. Time is of the utmost concern. While it is evident that his ward's new tutor has something to hide, James in unaware that the woman he seeks now resides under his very roof...

Desperate and near destitute, Philippa Atwater must don gentleman's clothing to pass herself off as a scholarly young tutor. Her clever--if itchy--disguise allows her time to pursue her quest to find her father, ruthlessly abducted by French spies. Closely guarding the cryptic notebook he entrusted to her care, she sense danger all around her--even in the home of her roguishly handsome new employer, James Cunnington. Now Philippa is about to discover that the desire can be as lethal as a well-aimed bullet...

 

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 www.celestebradley.com.
 
Published April 1, 2007 by St. Martin's Paperbacks. 388 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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