Nora Tamsin was fascinated by the ruthless Charles Herrick, but she discovered that he deserved his name "The Lynx". His love for her was overwhelming and frightening. By the time she realized that his plan for her was part of his obsessive desire for revenge, it seemed too late to escape.
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“For a good escapist read Victoria Holt never disappoints.” Netta Martin, Annabel
“The book moves at a cracking pace, and is highly readable. A must for Holt fans.” Birmingham Evening Mail
“It is a robust story, full of violent emotions, love and hatred.” Grimsby Evening Telegraph
“A novel of absorbing interest.” Aberdeen Press and Journal
“A story of love, hatred and high drama that will appeal to all Miss Holt’s fans.” Coventry Evening TelegraphAbout the Author:
Born Eleanor Alice Burford, Victoria Holt was one of Britain's most prolific writers of historical romance. Always determined to keep her birth date and private life a closely guarded secret Holt wrote under many pseudonyms – Jean Plaidy was one of her most popular, and was created when she lived near Plaidy Beach in Cornwall. Having written over ninety historical romances, she then began a new series of Gothic romances, the first of which, Mistress of Mellyn, appeared in 1961. The Shadow of the Lynx was first published in 1971 as part of the same series. She died at sea in January 1993, somewhere between Greece and Port Said, Egypt.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Library edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX000221735X