Lord John and the Private Matter - Diana Gabaldon Reviews
Description:ISBN 009946117X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Diana Gabaldon / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2004-10-07 ... more
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I know I'm probably in the minority but Diana Gabaldon's Outlander historical-come-time travel series leaves me cold. I do however love a good historical mystery and Gabaldon's books featuring Lord John Grey as the main protagonist and set in my favourite Georgian period are just the kind I like. Lord John Grey was commander of a Scottish garrison and a relatively minor character in the aforementioned Outlander series but here he takes centre stage. Diana Gabaldon intended this book to be a novella but at 400 pages long, it is certainly more substantial than that. Synopsis: The year is 1757 and Lord John Grey, an aristocratic and ... Read the complete review
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