Nine Coaches Waiting (Rediscovered Classics #4) (Paperback)
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This is book number 4 in the Rediscovered Classics series.
- #7: The Ivy Tree (Rediscovered Classics #7) (Paperback): $16.99
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- #15: Rose Cottage (Rediscovered Classics #15) (Paperback): $12.95
- #17: Wildfire at Midnight (Rediscovered Classics #17) (Paperback): $14.95
- #18: This Rough Magic (Rediscovered Classics #18) (Paperback): $19.99
- #22: Madam, Will You Talk? (Rediscovered Classics #22) (Paperback): $12.95
A governess in a French château encounters an apparent plot against her young charge's life in this unforgettably haunting and beautifully written suspense novel. When lovely Linda Martin first arrives at Château Valmy as an English governess to the nine-year-old Count Philippe de Valmy, the opulence and history surrounding her seems like a wondrous, ecstatic dream. But a palpable terror is crouching in the shadows. Philippe's uncle, Leon de Valmy, is the epitome of charm, yet dynamic and arrogant—his paralysis little hindrance as he moves noiselessly in his wheelchair from room to room. Only his son Raoul, a handsome, sardonic man who drives himself and his car with equally reckless abandon, seems able to stand up to him. To Linda, Raoul is an enigma—though irresistibly attracted to him, she senses some dark twist in his nature. When an accident deep in the woods nearly kills Linda's innocent charge, she begins to wonder if someone has deadly plans for the young count.
About the Author
Mary Stewart is a popular novelist worldwide who is best known for the books in the Merlin trilogy, which includes The Crystal Cave, The Hollow Hills, and The Last Enchantment. Her other novels include The Moon-Spinners, My Brother Michael, This Rough Magic, Thunder on the Right, The Wicked Day, and Wildfire at Midnight. Sandra Brown is the author of many number-one bestsellers, including Chill Factor and White Hot.
"A delightful concoction. A beautifully written mingling of romance and mystery." —Washington Post
"Readers will be glued to the complex story in which no one seems truly trustworthy." —Vive Magazine
"A wonderful hue and cry story . . . a Mona Lisa tale that beckons you on while suspense builds up." —Boston Herald