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What if the man you loved was a smuggler--or a spy?

Jobless and nearly destitute, Susanna Ward intends only to find work as a governess. She certainly has no intention of contacting her family, who cast off her father and scorned her mother years ago. But a chance encounter with a figure from her past suggests that her estranged grandfather was murdered, and that his death was connected to a local ring of smugglers, led by a mysterious figure who calls himself Captain Clark.

When Captain Clark himself appears at her door, wounded and in need of her help, Susanna must decide where her true loyalties lie. And she must also discover the truth of her grandfather's death. Otherwise the man she is rapidly falling in love with may be hanged for treason and murder. 

Susanna and the Spy is a cozy mystery, appropriate for all ages. It is approximately 70,000 words in length.

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Susanna and the Spy
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3.8 / 5
Such fun!
March 29th, 2014
The narrative felt a bit inexperienced and laborous, though the exciting plot made up for it. I especially enjoyed the wonderfully-drawn heroine and entertaining mystery. I hope the author tells us more about Susanna's intrigues and exploits!
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