These Old Shades - Miss Georgette Heyer Reviews
Description:ISBN 99465825 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Miss Georgette Heyer / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Under the reign of Louis XV, Justin Alastair, the notorious Duke ...
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*** The storyline *** Cold-hearted libertine Duke of Avon, Justin Alastair, infamously known as 'Satanas', is startled into an act of apparent altruism upon meeting a young red-headed lad. Leon is running away from a beating from his brother, a low tavern keeper, and on a whim, Alastair decides to buy him from the man. Taking the impoverished youngster on as a page causes raised eyebrows from his friend, Davenant, who has never known Satanas to perform an unselfish deed. It provokes a stronger reaction still from the Duke's unspoken enemy, Comte de Saint-Vire, who has the same red hair, blue eyes and black brows as Leon. What is the ... Read the complete review
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