The eventful life of a talented miniature painter in the 19th century is the subject of this thriller by Victoria Holt. Kate Collison travels to France to paint the likeness of an arrogant Baron and becomes caught up in dangers and intrigue more menacing than the eventual siege of Paris.
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When Kate Collison, to help her ailing father, completes his portrait of the powerful Baron de Centeville, her only thought is to be a dutiful daughter. But when the Baron presents her to Parisian society as the painter, Kate finds herself basking in the recognition . . . until she discovers that the Baron has plans for her -- shocking plans that will change her life unless she can fight the Baron with his own weapons . . .
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1982. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0002226928