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Darcourt PERILOUS IMPERSONATION She had embarked on a dangerous course She had taken her friend s name and gone to the island as a governess to Tristram Darcourt s young daughter Sally Wainwright was really a reporter who wanted to learn about the Darcourts They were rich and powerful and lived in isolated grandeur on Darcourt Island off the South Carolina coast What was the secret they had hidden so long from the world But while Sally was learning about the Darcourts, they were learning about her.And now Tristram Darcourt had found out who she really was and why she had come to his closely guarded island Would he risk letting her leave New Download Darcourt author Isabelle Holland For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. C fiction, gothic suspense, romance, South Carolina, leprosy, improbable, convoluted plot, Mom s stash, discard

  2. This suspense novel from the seventies is a fun distraction for a rainy afternoon Sally Wainwright, girl reporter, goes undercover to the private island owned by Tristram Darcourt, oil tycoon and reclusive billionnaire HEr cover is that of Terry LeBreton, governess to Tristram s teenage daughter Alix Sally s job is to find out about a mysterious oil deal between Tristram and an Arab oil concern, but she has an agenda of her own her mother had once been engaged to Tristram, who apparently br This suspense novel from the seventies is a fun distraction for a rainy afternoon Sally Wainwright, girl reporter, goes undercover to the private island owned by Tristram Darcourt, o...

  3. A great old Gothic mystery romance Sally Wainwright goes to Darcourt Island as a governess to the owner s daughter Only she s really an investigative reporter and is ferreting out an oil scandal involving Trist...

  4. Excellent In the best gothic tradition

  5. Complete overload of Gothic, but that s really what you d expect from a Holland Very much a book of its times, but compulsively readable and genuinely scary at times.