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The Land of Calais by Melody Grubb

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A tale set in the era of the French Revolution, this book will be enjoyed by any adventure-loving reader... even those who have never read the original Scarlet Pimpernel stories!

From the Back Cover:
At the height of the French Revolution... Jeanne Andole is one of hundreds rescued by the mysterious Scarlet Pimpernel almost daily.

Yet only a promise from him that her family will also elude the dreaded death so common these days - Madame la Guillotine - induces her to reluctantly flee to the safety of England before they do.

As soon as she has arrived, however, trouble is already brewing. Living guiltily amidst high society, Jeanne is aroused by a startling truth which cannot go unheeded, and which sends her willingly back into the clutches of Revolutionary France to recover her endangered family.

Inspired by the epic tales of The Scarlet Pimpernel - the well-known character created by Baroness Orczy - The Land of Calais is an adventure that will take you from 18th century England to Revolutionary France in an exciting tale you're sure to love!
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About the Author: Melody Grubb (21) graduated from home school in the fall of 2008. She has been writing since she was a child and has authored many inspirational articles, short stories, and novelettes. She is still working hard to complete her first full-length novel. John Buchan and Baroness Orczy are her favorite authors.

Item Specs:
Paperback: 71 pages
Publisher: Literary Maidens Publishing (2009)
Dimensions: 4.25" x 6.89"

(Ships from Lulu Publishing.)
A tale set in the era of the French Revolution, this book will be enjoyed by any adventure-loving reader... even those who have never read the original Scarlet Pimpernel stories!

From the Back Cover:
At the height of the French Revolution... Jeanne Andole is one of hundreds rescued by the mysterious Scarlet Pimpernel almost daily.

Yet only a promise from him that her family will also elude the dreaded death so common these days - Madame la Guillotine - induces her to reluctantly flee to the safety of England before they do.

As soon as she has arrived, however, trouble is already brewing. Living guiltily amidst high society, Jeanne is aroused by a startling truth which cannot go unheeded, and which sends her willingly back into the clutches of Revolutionary France to recover her endangered family.

Inspired by the epic tales of The Scarlet Pimpernel - the well-known character created by Baroness Orczy - The Land of Calais is an adventure that will take you from 18th century England to Revolutionary France in an exciting tale you're sure to love!
***

About the Author: Melody Grubb (21) graduated from home school in the fall of 2008. She has been writing since she was a child and has authored many inspirational articles, short stories, and novelettes. She is still working hard to complete her first full-length novel. John Buchan and Baroness Orczy are her favorite authors.

Item Specs:
Paperback: 71 pages
Publisher: Literary Maidens Publishing (2009)
Dimensions: 4.25" x 6.89"

(Ships from Lulu Publishing.)

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