Chateau de Grace

Chateau de Grace

by Helen McLean
     
 

Professor Duvier, a conniving scoundrel, rents a room at Lady Regina's school of finesse. Once eagerly courted as a suitor for daughter Elizabeth, his shocking secret scandalizes and horrifies the gentle ladies.See more details below

Overview

Professor Duvier, a conniving scoundrel, rents a room at Lady Regina's school of finesse. Once eagerly courted as a suitor for daughter Elizabeth, his shocking secret scandalizes and horrifies the gentle ladies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412036276
Publisher:
Trafford Publishing
Publication date:
10/28/2004
Pages:
246
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.56(d)

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Meet the Author

Helen McLean was born in the Midwest. Her family moved to San Diego, California during World War II. She and her husband Bill had four sons and one daughter. They lived on three acres filled with citrus and Monterey pines overlooking a lake. Thirteen grandchildren live nearby in a small town setting. She enjoys gardening and visits from family. Painting and writing have been of paramount interest since high school, when she edited the school newspaper and wrote a column for the local paper. Her first full length novel,
A Rosebud Need Not Have a Mind, was published two years before Chateau De Grace. She is currently working on a third novel.



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