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A History of Deception

James Platner

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ISBN 10: 1420846752 / ISBN 13: 9781420846751
Editorial: AuthorHouse, 2005
Usado Condición: Very Good
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Título: A History of Deception

Editorial: AuthorHouse

Año de publicación: 2005

Condición del libro:Very Good

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In a time of wars and buccaneers, a young country, and its young lovers, searched for truth and understanding. Set during the War of 1812, A History of Deception follows the lives of Captain Daniel Miller and Antoinette Baudelaire as they traverse the Northern Frontier on the war's front and then the French-Canadian aristocracy. They get caught up in the lies, schemes, and deceptions of war while caught up in the lies, schemes, and deceptions of their own relationship. They work and love together, but Daniel Miller plots to infiltrate a smuggling ring in order to help James Madison and the Americans defeat the British while Antoinette plots to twist his efforts to help Bonaparte and France. Follow the twists and turns of war and scandals as you follow the twists and turns of the lovers' deceptive relationship. Discover as the young lovers do that the only true deception is self-deception and discover why their relation is truly A History of Deception.

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J.D. Platner develops a complex web of schemes and lies as he skillfully exposes the true nature and meaning of a loving relationship. J.D. Platner masters the art of the complex plot in this page-turner romance. The historically accurate details pull the reader into a plot of intrigue and ruse complete with pirates, American Indians, smugglers and Southern Plantations.

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