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My Lady Is A Spy

Therese A Kraemer

Publisher: Spangaloo Publishing

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Summary

The further adventures of Holland Foxx. 
Caught up in the spy game, she risks everything with only a ghost to protect her.. 
The French and the English battle wits using agents and double agents to achieve their goals. 
Caught between the two, she is out of her element but vows to have the truth come out. 
Seems the eighteen hundreds is a dangerous place to be.

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